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March 31, 2021
Young adults typically have healthy eyes and good vision. As you age, your eyes change, and your vision becomes affected. Myopia develops during childhood due to its longer axial length. This causes an inability to see distant objects. It is, therefore, essential to know how myopia affects your vision as you age.
February 17, 2021
Children require routine assessments from the moment they are born. This assessment is done monthly during their early days to track their growth progress. As they grow older, these exams become advanced. Routine eye exams are important for children. A good vision is vital for the growth and development of children. Early eye exams for children help to detect vision problems in good time. Children’s vision changes rapidly because they are at a rapid growth age. Here are reasons routine eye exams for children are very important.
January 31, 2021
Computer vision syndrome is a combination of symptoms that result from extended use of digital screen devices. Many people spend a lot of time on their computers, smartphones, and tablets. After a while, they start to experience eyestrain, headaches, and dry eye. Their vision may also blur, and they may have pain in the shoulder and neck.
January 31, 2021
If you’ve noticed that your central vision is changing, it could be that you have developed macular generation. Have your eyes examined by an ophthalmologist or optometrist to be sure and to start treatment. Early intervention delays some symptoms or reduces their severity.
January 30, 2021
Myopia or nearsightedness is a refractive error due to changes in the structure of your eye. It develops when your cornea is too curved or your eyeball is too long, causing light that enters into your eye not to focus correctly. Instead of focusing directly on the retina, light entering your eyes focuses in front of it. This makes distant objects appear blurry. Sadly, myopia is an irreversible, progressive condition.
January 18, 2021
In most cases, glaucoma develops slowly and over a period of years, although there is a specific type of glaucoma that appears suddenly. Whichever type you are diagnosed with, prompt treatment is essential if you are to avoid permanent vision loss. Here’s what you need to know about some of the treatments that may be recommended to you to help manage and treat your glaucoma.
December 31, 2020
Have you been experiencing eye redness, swelling, and light sensitivity? Is your vision slightly blurred and distorted? If so, you may be experiencing the early onset of keratoconus. This is a progressive eye condition that occurs when your cornea thins out, weakens, and bulges like a cone. As you know, the cornea acts as the outermost lens of your eye. The change in corneal shape causes the light rays entering your eye to become out of focus. This makes everyday tasks, such as reading and driving, difficult.
December 9, 2020
Orthokeratology, also known as ortho-k, is a revolutionary new method of treating progressive refractive eye conditions and preventing them from getting gradually more severe. This treatment is based upon the use of special gas-permeable contact lenses that work by reshaping the cornea, which is the front surface covering the front of the eye. This changes the way that light is refracted by the cornea, ensuring it is focused more accurately onto the retina rather than in front of behind it. This enables our brains to interpret a clear, concise image rather than one which is blurred and out of focus