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Halos And Starbursts Around Lights And Vision Correction |September 29

Optics is often explained very simply (otherwise it would be even more difficult to understand). Light passes through a lens which focuses…

What Is Macular Degeneration? |September 20

Macular degeneration is a common disease that unfortunately can cause a severe decline in vision. Most people have at the bare minimum…

Alternative Or Lasik For Thin Cornea |September 17

Prior to getting lasik done, everyone has to go through the same ritual. This involves going to see the refractive surgeon and getting all…

The Two Main Causes of Dry Eye |August 25

Dry eye is a very common condition. Millions of people worldwide have dry eye. In fact, just by reading this article, you can be causing…

How To Find The Best Omega 3 For Dry Eye |August 25

There are quite a few ways to treat dry eye. Many people actually get the most benefit from a few simple treatments. Fish oil, specifically…

Treating Keratoconus with Corneal Cross Linking |August 24

If the cornea weakens over time, it can change shape. This is what happens with keratoconus. This change of shape not only can change the…

How To Tell Are Eye Floaters Normal Or Harmful |August 21

Ah, eye floaters - the scourge of eyeballs worldwide. Distracting, consuming. It’s almost as if these floaters are designed to torment and…

Learn The Best Glasses For Reading And Computer |August 18

There are many solutions to restore up close reading vision when you get older. Reading glasses are the most basic option to correct loss…

The Primer On Correcting Vision With ICL Surgery |August 17

I’ve been told that my prescription is too high to be treated with lasik. What do I do? Fear not! A wonderful solution exists! That solution…

How To Find The Best Place To Get Lasik |August 10

It might seem there is a surgeon on every corner that offers lasik. When visiting their website, huge banners direct you to book your lasik…

Permanently Correct Vision With Lens Replacement Surgery |August 08

What if you could get nice clear vision that lasts forever? Well, cataract surgery already provides that. But what if you didn’t need to…

Ophthalmologist vs Optometrist vs Optician - The Differences |August 08

All eye doctors take care of eyes. But there are actually two different categories of eye doctors. So what exactly do all these eye care…

Important Parts of The Eye And Their Functions |July 22

A very common joke amongst other medical specialities is that ophthalmologists spend years and years learning about one of the smallest…

Learn The Meaning of Nearsighted vs Farsighted (And Also Presbyopia) |July 21

Some people in life are just blessed with perfect vision. But others may need correction such as a pair of glasses or contact lenses in…

What is Astigmatism? |July 20

Astigmatism always conjurs an intense anxiety in people. Many people recoil at just the mention of the word. But does astigmatism deserve…

How To Correct Astigmatism And Get Better Vision |July 20

There isn’t much that sows confusion as much as astigmatism does. But fear not! Astigmatism isn't anything to worry about. Correcting…

Is It Safe To Wear Contact Lenses Everyday? |July 19

Millions of people worldwide go through the daily routine of placing contact lenses in the eye. Each night, these same people remove their…

Overview of the Different Types of Laser Eye Surgery |July 19

Imagine using lasers to reshape your cornea and get rid of your need for glasses. Not too long ago (well, kinda a while ago), this sounded…

How Good Is The Lasik Success Rate? |July 18

True or False: Lasik is perfect? The answer may surprise you - In fact, lasik is not perfect! Nothing in life is ever perfect. Lasik does…

Quick Rundown on the Different Lasik Treatment Types |July 17

There is a lot of lasik technology out there; which means.. a lot of jargon to try to sort through and decipher! And when you are just…

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