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Cataracts

Cataracts affect the vision of nearly three million Canadians, the majority of which are over the age of 60. While the condition is typically the result of the natural aging process of your eye’s crystalline lens, cataracts do occur in younger people. However, they usually do not form until the…

Published: 2015-12-08Read Article
Conjunctivitis (Red Eye)

Conjunctivitis is an infection resulting in inflammation of the front surface of the eye, also known as pinkeye. The conjunctiva is the thin clear tissue that lies over the white part of the eye and lines the inside of the eyelid. This is frequently a less serious visual health concern…

Published: 2015-12-08Read Article
Eye Floaters and Flashes

If you see spots or small threads floating around your eyes or darting away when you try to focus, you are experiencing eye floaters. This is the natural aging process of your eyes and a side effect of the vitreous gel shrinking, the substance that makes up most of your…

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Glaucoma

Glaucoma is an eye disease resulting from damage to the optic nerve from high pressure and improper fluid drainage inside the eye. The optic nerve stops sending signals to the brain when it is damaged, hindering its ability to function properly, diminishing neural activity from the brain, and potentially causing…

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Strabismus

Strabismus, also colloquially known as crossed eyed, is an eye condition that makes it difficult for eyes to align on a solitary focal point and is often the result of injury or hereditary genetics. Also called wandering eyes, the disease is due to a muscular defect that turns one eye…

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