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Presbyopia

As the body ages, many parts begin to change, functioning with less precision than they previously enjoyed. The eye is no exception. Aging eyes and vision, known medically as presbyopia, is largely due to a loss of elasticity in the ocular tissue. For people over the age of 45 this…

Published: 2015-12-08Read Article
Astigmatism

Astigmatism is an eye condition where the cornea or lens displays irregular curvature. As a result, light refracts improperly or imprecisely on the retina causing blurry vision depending on the distance. A large number of individuals live with mild astigmatisms because perfectly shaped eyes are exceptionally rare. Poor night vision,…

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LASIK Surgery

Eye conditions seriously affect your lifestyle, and come in many different forms including astigmatism, myopia, farsightedness and nearsightedness. Fortunately, new advances in refractive surgery make it possible to completely fix some problems and greatly improve others. With LASIK, laser surgery is used to precisely repair areas of the eye that…

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Allergies

Between the eyelid and the eye, there is a mucus membrane layer that protects components that aid in vision, called the conjunctivitis. When a foreign substance comes into contact with this layer, it may cause inflammation, irritation or an uncomfortable sensation referred to as allergic conjunctivitis, or more commonly called…

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Amblyopia

Lazy eye or amblyopia is the result of having eyes of mismatched strength or health. Essentially, the brain favors communication from one eye because it relays sharper or more consistent information. As the brain continues utilizing one eye over the other, the weaker eye continues to decrease in strength and…

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