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Who is a candidate for Ortho-K?

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Everywhere, individuals depend on corrective lenses to improve their vision. Various visual defects are effectively corrected by glasses and contacts. While they are successful, they present a few difficulties for those wearing them. It is possible to get rid of daily wear glasses and lenses with ortho-k. Ortho-k stands for Orthokeratology. It is a treatment where you wear lenses when going to sleep and it corrects your cornea while you rest. You are then awakened with your cornea holding the new shape for the rest of the day.

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An adult’s guide to lazy eye treatment

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Lazy eye, or Amblyopia, is a condition that causes poor vision (visual acuity), typically in one eye and usually affects around three out of every 100 people. The non-scientific term for amblyopia is lazy eye. This condition results from the poor development of eye teaming, or eyes working together. The development gets impacted during the basic time of the initial 7-8 years of life.

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Lens Designs

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Having a total lens solution implies you can benefit the most from your lenses. There are designs that not only correct your refractive error but can also deliver you much more to protect and enhance your vision. Assuming you struggle to see either near or far, you will require single vision lenses with just one prescription power across the whole lens. Nevertheless, present eye care can go so much further than simply correcting your vision.

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What are blue-light-blocking glasses, and do they actually work?

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Blue-light-blocking glasses are essentially glasses which filter out part of the visible light spectrum with a wavelength somewhere in the range of 400 and 450 nanometers (nm). Blue light gets negative criticism on account of its high energy and closeness to UV light in the electromagnetic spectrum (10–400 nm). UV light has been linked to eye damage for some time, yet there is less proof to show the possible damage with visible light.

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Sight development And Vision Assessment in young children

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Our sight develops rapidly during the principal years of life. Let’s learn more about eye development and eye testing in infants, babies, and small kids.

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Eye Care

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Many people have a habity of rubbing their eyes without knowing the consequences it may have on our eyes. When you feel tired, itchy, or dryness in your eyes, many people feel rubbing the eyes relieves all these symptoms. BUT THIS IS A MISCONCEPTION. Is eye rubbing good for eye health? NO. The eye rubbing may temporarily relieve the symptoms, but it causes more harm than benefit to our delicate eyes.

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Diabetic Retinopathy: Can It Be Cured?

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Diabetic retinopathy is an eye condition caused mainly in patients with diabetes who have been suffering from this disease for a long time. It is caused by damage to the blood vessels in the tissue at the back of the eye (Retina). It is the leading cause of blindness in developed countries. One of the most common and major causes and risks of diabetic retinopathy is the long duration of diabetes. The small retinal blood vessels get blocked by the high concentration of sugar in the blood for a long time. In response to this, the eyes start to grow new blood vessels. But these new blood vessels are abnormal and fragile, and as a result, the blood leaks from them, causing diabetic retinopathy. However, it does not have any signs in the early stage but can only be detected by regular eye checkups. It can be treated by using different approaches if detected in time.

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What is digital eye strain?

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Digital eye strain is a group of eye and vision problems. Your eyes may itch and tear, and are dry and red or you may feel tired or uncomfortable. You may not be able to focus normally. These problems are caused by prolonged computer or digital device use. Using e-readers and smartphones may also cause these problems.

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Protection Of Eyes From Blue Light

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Spending a considerable amount of time on electronic devices has become a norm in today’s post covid era. Electronic devices including your laptop, phones and tablets emit blue light which is concerning because the blue light can be bad for your eyes.

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Our Eyes

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The eye is a very delicate organ. It is made up of complex structures and optical systems that enable us to see the world. It helps to focus the light into a point focus, which enables us to see objects around us.

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Heterochromia

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It is a condition in which the affected person has more than one eye color. It does not affect your body. It’s just a character of your genes passed down from your parents. In certain cases, heterochromia is a symptom of a medical condition. Heterochromia is a common condition among animals such as cats and dogs but rare in humans.

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Best Cataract Surgery To Correct Cloudy Vision

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A cataract is an eye disorder in which the normally clear lens of the eyes becomes cloudy. For people with a cataractous lens, seeing things feels like they are looking through a frosted or fogged-up window. Clouded vision can make reading and driving very difficult. It can be corrected by performing cataract surgery.

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Signs That You Are Wearing The Wrong Eyeglasses

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For a person having refractive error, glasses are the best option to correct the vision. It is the best way to correct near and far sightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia of old age. They are the easiest and most economical way to correct these eye problems.

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Important Facts About Glaucoma That You Should Know

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Glaucoma is a serious medical condition related to the eyes. If left untreated, it may silently cause permanent loss of vision. It damages the optic nerve (nerve of your eyes).

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Frequently Asked Questions About Eye Health

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The eye is the most complex organ in the entire human body. Our eyes relay visual information from the surrounding and then sends it to the brain via a complex neuronal network.There are six muscles in each eye that help us see in all directions and are responsible for binocular vision. As we age, like all other senses, our eye functions also start to deteriorate and the incidence of refractive errors, glaucoma and cataract increases. To maintain the health of our eyes, we must get our eyes tested at regular intervals.

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Which Type Of Vision Correction Do You Need?

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IntroductionNowadays there are multiple options of refractive vision corrections available. About 75% of adults use some form of visual aids such as glasses or contact lenses. Every vision correction option has its pros and cons. While deciding what the best choice is for you, there should certain things should consider such as your lifestyle, systemic

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Ways To Improve Vision In People Over 50 Years Of Age

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INTRODUCTIONYour eyes need more care after reaching the age of 40s and 50s. Unfortunately, many functions of the body will start to deteriorate as you age, eyesight being one of them. With increasing age, you will notice several changes in your vision. Initially, people around the age of 40 might notice that they have difficulty

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Vivity Lens: The New Intraocular Lens

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INTRODUCTIONA cataract is a condition in which cloudy areas are formed in the natural lens. The development of a cataract in the eye obstructs the passage of light that causes difficulty in vision. It can be treated by replacing the cloudy lens with an intraocular lens through surgery.  If someone is suffering from a cataract

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How To Get Relief From Dry Eyes In Summer?

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OverviewDry eye is also known as tear film dysfunction. It occurs when the tear film of the eyes breaks down. The tear film is the outer coating on the surface of the eyes. It provides moisture to the eyes and protects them from infection. Tears consist of three layers which play a critical role in

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Is Lasik Worth In Your 40s, 50s And Beyond?

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IntroductionThere are many misconceptions regarding the age criterion for LASIK. The human eye can never be in the same condition throughout life. It changes continuously and eyeball growth can affect your eye powers. Patients who are under the age of 18 are not eligible for LASIK as their eyes need to have complete growth to

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