Brinton Vision busted three of the most common myths about viewing the solar eclipse for Channel 4 KMOV St. Louis. Will any dark glasses work? Can you look at the eclipse for a short time? Is damage temporary? Find out what Dr. Jason Brinton has to say.
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Fox2 photographer Wade Francom permanently damaged his eyes looking at a solar eclipse. Dr. Jason P. Brinton of Brinton Vision explains what happened and how you can avoid solar retinopathy.
Taking care of your vision is part of an overall healthy lifestyle. Not only does he keep busy performing LASIK in St. Louis, but Dr. Jason Brinton and his wife Jami walk the walk when it comes to taking care of their bodies and minds. They appeared on the cover
Health and Wellness magazine featured Dr. Jason P. Brinton on the cover for its June edition, as well as a story about ditching the reading glasses and enjoying life to its fullest. If you are over 40, this is a story you do not want to miss!
By the time Lesli B. from Clayton, Missouri decided to get SBK, she’d been struggling with her vision for years. She says she only wanted “the best of the best” to do her surgery, so she came to Brinton Vision in St. Louis. The day after her surgery, she was