Contact Lenses Increase Computer Vision Syndrome
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If you or someone you know suffers from symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS)please call The Eye Clinic of Texas, an affiliate of Houston Eye Associates, at 800-423-3937, visit The Eye Clinic of Texas, Google+ or facebook.com/ecot.lasik.
The Eye Clinic of Texas is an affiliate of Houston Eye Associates, the largest ophthalmology clinic in the nation.