Who Makes a Good Candidate for LASIK surgery?
What is “pink eye”? “Pink eye” explained and the different types of conjunctivitis.
LASIK (Laser–Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis) is a popular type of vision corrective surgery. Since LASIK may not be appropriate for everyone, here are some criteria that may help determine if you may be a good candidate for LASIK.
Do you suffer from headaches? Your headaches may have something to do with your eyes. Headaches can also be related to your eyes. There are different causes and types of headaches which include tension headaches, cluster headaches, and migraines.
Do you ever experience a twitch of your eye that seems to come out of nowhere and wonder what that is? An eyelid twitch or eyelid spasm is also known as myokymia.
Contact Lens Do’s and Don’ts
January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month. Glaucoma is a sight threatening eye disease that occurs when there is damage to the optic nerve, usually caused by changes in eye pressure that affects more than 3 million people in the United States.
Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Contact lenses are a very popular method of correcting vision. Improper care or cleaning of contact lenses can lead to infection and, in severe cases, vision loss. Here are some important do’s and don’ts when it comes to contact lens care.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a problem with your retina. It happens when a part of the retina called the macula is damaged. It is a leading cause of vision loss in people 50 years or older.
Do you ever see spots or specks moving across your field of vision? Most likely they are floaters. Learn more about them here.Do you ever see spots or specks moving across your field of vision? Most likely they are floaters.
Cataracts: What Are They? Learn to SLOW the Progression.
Diabetes is the most prevalent disease today. 29 million Americans have diabetes and there are millions more who are do not even know they are living with it. Diabetes is associated with an eye condition called diabetic retinopathy, which leads to serious complications.
What is KAMRA?
Do you have cataracts? Do you know what cataracts are? Dr. Perez tells all about cataracts and how to slow their progression into an issue for your eyecare health.
Pumpkin and Eye Health
KAMRA. Just what is it, and what can it do for you? Do you need KAMRA? Dr. Fox goes in depth into KAMRA Corneal Inlay, a procedure he specializes in.
It's the fall season! Did you know pumpkins are great for your eye health? Read why!
I See Fine. Why Do I Have To Get My Eyes Dilated? The Importance of Having a Dilated Eye Exam
Dry eye syndrome is a condition where the eyes do not produce enough tears or the tears evaporate too quickly. It can lead to many bothersome signs and symptoms. The signs and symptoms of dry eye syndrome vary from person to person, but here are some of the most common ones you should be aware of.
Vision blurred up close? It might be Presbyopia.
Many serious eye conditions are silent and symptomless. Having a dilated eye exam is important for a number of reasons.
How to Combat Fall Allergies: Tips and Tricks for an Easy Autumn
Until recently, there were no options for near vision correction. Now, the Kamra Corneal Inlay offers a safe, FDA-approved procedure for presbyopes between the ages of 40 and 65, and can restore near vision and eliminate the need for reading glasses.
5 Tips to Safely Stay On Trend with Eye Makeup
Autumn can be one of the worst times of year for allergy sufferers. If fall means sneezing, sniffling, and red, itchy, watery eyes, here are tips and tricks to help.
Tired at work? You might have Computer Vision Syndrome
Metallic eye looks are hot this fall! But before you get too adventurous with the shimmer, here are 5 helpful tips to keep your eyes healthy as you layer on the glamour.
Have Astigmatism? Here's what that means.
Fatigue at work may be more about your eye health than you think! Computer Vision Syndrome, a common condition, is easy to treat with a few simple tips and tricks.
Are sunglasses important? Yes, and here's why!
Astigmatism isn't as scary as you think. For those that need treatment, there are a number of options now available.
Sunglasses are important to your eye health year-round. So how should you pick your eyewear? Here are a few helpful hints for choosing you optics!