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What Are the Signs of Diabetic Retinopathy?

Diabetic retinopathy is a diabetes-related condition that affects your eyes. It occurs when high blood sugar causes damage to blood vessels in your retina. They can leak, swell, or close in severe cases, blocking the normal flow of blood. Sometimes, you may experience abnormal growth of new blood vessels that skew your vision.

5 Common Dry Eye Triggers

Dry eye syndrome can be seasonal or chronic depending on the triggers or underlying issues. It happens when your tears evaporate quickly or when the tear glands produce insufficient tears. The symptoms include redness or an uncomfortable stinging feeling in your eyes.

The Importance of Routine Eye Exams for Preventative Care

When did you last receive a comprehensive eye exam? Did you know that routine eye exams enable you to prevent severe eye conditions?

What to Consider When Choosing a New Pair of Glasses

The huge range of designs and styles of glasses is forever growing and sometimes it can be difficult to know what to choose. Here are some key points to consider when choosing your next pair of glasses.

How Do I Know If I Need Cataract Surgery?

The lens of your eye is essential in seeing everything you do daily. These include activities such as reading, driving, and using your computer at work. As you age, the lens can become cloudy. Proteins inside the eye lens combine and form cloudiness. As a result, the outside light is prevented from passing through your eye. Such developments can compromise the quality of your life by affecting the clarity of your vision.

What Age Should Myopia Management Start?

Myopia management is the name given to a specific type of treatment that is designed to target the most common refractive eye condition in the world – myopia.

Diagnosing & Treating Glaucoma

Glaucoma is estimated to affect as many as 3 million adults in the United States at any one time. This common condition can lead to irreversible vision loss if you are not diagnosed and treated promptly, severely affecting your quality of life. Fortunately, routine comprehensive eye exams can successfully diagnose glaucoma, enabling you to get prompt access to treatment, preserving your long-term vision.

Diagnosing and Treating Keratoconus

A long-term study shows that about one in 2,000 individuals in the United States are diagnosed with keratoconus, an eye disorder marked by progressive thinning of the cornea. This condition causes the cornea to bulge in a cone shape and can cause problems such as blurry or distorted vision or sensitivity to light. 

Preventing Ocular Allergies

One of the most irritating things is feeling like there is an object in your eye. However, if you experience eye irritation and notice that your eyes are red and you do not see anything in them, it could be eye allergies.

Contact Lens Aftercare

Contact lenses are a very popular choice for patients who need to use prescription eyewear, but who don’t want the inconvenience and hassle of wearing glasses all the time. Some people opt to only use contact lenses, while others rely on a combination of glasses and contacts, swapping between the two as and when they want or need to. However, regardless of whether you wear contact lenses full time or not, you will still need a separate contact lens exam and fitting appointment. You’ll also need to find out about the best way to take care of your contacts and your eyes themselves in order to keep them healthy. 

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