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Nautilus Associates Limited
Wilde Street
Lowestoft , Suffolk NR32 1XH
United Kingdom

Company Description: Nautilus Associates Limited was established in 1990 to provide consultancy services to the Offshore Oil & Gas industry. Since 1999 the company has also worked...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Bachelor Degree , Biological Sciences
    Frostburg State University
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Our Doctors
www.halperneye.com, 20 April 2015 [cached]
Timothy Westgate, O.D.
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Timothy Westgate, O.D.
Timothy Westgate, O.D.
www.halperneye.com, 1 July 2014 [cached]
Timothy Westgate, O.D.
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Timothy Westgate, O.D.
Timothy M. Westgate, O.D., earned his Doctor of Optometry degree from Pacific University College of Optometry. Prior to optometry school, Dr. Westgate served as a researcher at Letterman Army Institute of Research in San Francisco. Dr. Westgate was involved with electrophysiological studies determining the effects of laser on the visual system.
His professional memberships include past State Director for College of Optometrists in Vision Development, member of the American Optometry Association, and Delaware Optometry Association.
Currently Dr. Westgate performs comprehensive primary care ocular examinations, fits contact lenses, co-manages post operative patients, and evaluates patients for diabetes and glaucoma.
Originally from Honesdale, Pennsylvania, he resides in Delaware with his wife and three children. In his free time Dr. Westgate enjoys landscaping, woodwork, and outdoor activities with his family.
Halpern Eye Associates - Meet Our Doctors
www.halperneye.com, 7 Oct 2008 [cached]
Tim M. Westgate, O.D.Timothy M. Westgate, O.D., earned his Doctor of Optometry degree from Pacific University College of Optometry.Prior to optometry school, Dr. Westgate served as a researcher at Letterman Army Institute of Research in San Francisco.Dr. Westgate was involved with electrophysiological studies determining the effects of laser on the visual system.
His professional memberships include past State Director for College of Optometrists in Vision Development, member of the American Optometry Association, and Delaware Optometry Association.
Currently Dr. Westgate performs comprehensive primary care ocular examinations, fits contact lenses, co-manages post operative patients, and evaluates patients for diabetes and glaucoma.
Originally from Honesdale, Pennsylvania, he resides in Delaware with his wife and three children.In his free time Dr. Westgate enjoys landscaping, woodwork, and outdoor activities with his family.
Our Doctors
www.halperneye.com, 20 April 2015 [cached]
Timothy J. Smith, O.D.
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Timothy J. Smith, O.D.
"As a parent of a toddler, ...
www.delawaretoday.com, 30 Oct 2014 [cached]
"As a parent of a toddler, I am fully aware of how important good near-vision is for learning," says Dr. Timothy Smith of Halpern Eye Care, which has offices in Wilmington and eight other locations in Delaware. "My advice to parents of toddlers is to sit down and look at a book with the youngster and see if they can point out different pictures. Also, it is vital to look for any signs of an eye turning inward or outward, as well as making sure the child is not squinting. Even if the child is not exhibiting problems, Smith recommends that toddlers get vision exams before entering preschool.
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"I always advise parents to get teens' eyes checked before their child gets a license to ensure that their vision is good for safe driving," says Smith. "This is crucial to kids who do not wear prescription glasses because some refractive conditions like astigmatism may worsen in low-light situations like driving at night or on snowy, gloomy days."
Why does vision change when people get into their 40s?
"Presbyopia," answers Smith.
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"A few conditions that have a tendency to come with birthdays are cataracts and age-related macular degeneration," Smith says.
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Smith explains how AMD progresses. "The central part of our vision, called the macula, begins to atrophy, and precipitates called drusen begin to form in it," he says. There are two types of AMD: dry and wet. Of patients diagnosed with AMD, the dry version occurs in 90 percent of the cases and wet occurs in 10 percent. "Wet AMD refers to blood vessels that form in the macula, which obstructs vision," Smith says.
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