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Rockport Family Eye Care
Contact: Michael Marden
377 Commercial St
Rockport, ME 04856
Phone: 207-236-8879
Hours: 7:30-4:30 (open thru lunch)
Email: eyecyoume@gmail.com

Dr. Michael E. Marden was born and raised locally.  He graduated from Belfast High School, received his Bachelors Degree from the University of Maine at Orono, and his Doctor of Optometry Degree from The Massachusetts College of Optometry.  He has three grown sons and lives with his wife, Ramona, in Morrill, Maine.  He has examined patients' eyes in the mid-coast for over 30 years.  Dr. Marden's practice focus is primary eye care for both children and adults.  He offers emergency care evenings and weekends.  His hobbies include cutting firewood with his brother in the winter months and umpiring youth baseball and softball in the summer months.

Do you know...Lions collect approximately 30 MILLION used eyeglasses each year???  Stop by Rockport Family Eyecare today and drop off any old eyeglasses and/or sunglasses that you don't use.  Someone in the world is in desperate need of them and does not have access to eyeglasses!!!!  Our Donation Box is ready!!!

 

Other Locations
Belfast Family Eye Care
11 Swan Lake Ave
Belfast ME 04915
Hours: 8:00 - 4:00 Closed Fridays
Email: eyecyoume@gmail.com
Phone: 207-338-1900
Fax: 338-1946

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One of these guys will be joining Rockport Family Eyecare soon!!! Which one is it?? Who is it?? Stay Tuned!!!
CONGRATULATIONS DR. MARDEN! 40 YEARS OF OPTOMETRY!

We are celebrating Dr. Marden's 40th year of practicing Optometry in the Midcoast this month. Here's one of the pictures of today's celebration. Please stop by and write a remembrance or thank you in his scrapbook. While you're here, drop off a pair or two of old glasses you'd like to get rid ...
WHY DO EYES SWELL AFTER CRYING??

The watery component of tears is produced in the lacrimal glands near the eye and are essential for healthy eyes, keeping the eyes cleansed, protected and lubricated. Tears drain through the nasal cavity, which explains a runny nose after excess tear production. We are still collecting old ...
SWOLLEN EYE??  COULD BE A CHALAZION...

A chalazion, caused by a blocked meibomian gland, at first mimics a style but then develops into a hard sebaceous cyst. Another difference is that a stye occurs on the edge of an eyelid whereas a chalazion typically develops away from the eyelid edge. Both styes and chalazia cause swollen ...
CAUSES OF SWOLLEN EYES

Styes usually appear as a swollen, reddish bump on the edge of an eyelid. Styes are caused by bacterial infection and inflammation of a meibomian gland. When these oil-producing glands get blocked, eyelid swelling is a typical symptom. A stye can cause the whole eyelid to swell and is typically ...
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