Family Eye Clinic Blog

Family Eye Clinic Blog

Family Eye Clinic Blog

Family Eye Clinic Blog

Early Signs That Glaucoma Is Developing and What to Do

Glaucoma is a serious eye disease that can lead to vision loss and is caused by damage to the optic nerve. Fluid buildup in the eye increases pressure (intraocular pressure) that damages the nerve over time.

10 Signs that Cataracts are Ready to be Removed

One of the most common misconceptions about cataracts is that you have to wait before you can get them removed. However, the reality is that cataracts can essentially be removed at any time. Most patients prefer to wait until their eyesight is significantly affected before undergoing the procedure.

How to Care for your Contact Lenses

Just like glasses, contact lenses still require some care to keep them in good condition, particularly if you opt to wear weeklies, monthlies, or even longer-wearing varieties. Proper contact lens care is also essential to minimize the risk of developing eye infections and other potentially painful and sight-limiting conditions that can occur when harmful microorganisms enter the eye when contacts are inserted. Dirty contact lenses are a leading cause of issues like conjunctivitis (pink eye) and dry eye.

Ideal Candidates for LASIK

The limitations, and sometimes frustrations (after all, how many people lose or break their glasses?) felt by people who wear prescription eyewear are very common. Whether for farsightedness, nearsightedness, or astigmatism, laser eye surgery is something many will consider. While there are many types of laser vision correction, one is more popular than any other – LASIK.

Why You Need Regular Eye Exams

Most people tend to overlook regular eye exams. Just because your vision is good does not mean you do not need an eye exam. Eye exams help identify problems early. Regular eye exams help your doctor provide medical help you may need before the condition exacerbates.

How to Tell if you Have an Eye Allergy or an Eye Infection?

It’s not always easy to tell the difference between eye problems, especially since many of them present themselves with similar symptoms. Fortunately, we’ve got the lowdown on how to tell eye allergies and eye infections apart.

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Dry Eyes?

Dry eye syndrome is a common condition that affects millions of people. The condition occurs due to inadequate tear production, which leads to a lack of lubrication. Your eyes may fail to produce the necessary amount of tears or the tears may be absorbed too fast. The eyes may be producing poor-quality tears, which can lead to damage or inflammation of the eye surface. Dry eyes are very uncomfortable as they cause a stinging or burning sensation.

What is Dry Eye?

How well hydrated are your eyes? Many people are unaware that their eyes are coated in a constant layer of tear film. This helps us to move them around comfortably, keeps the surface of the eyes smooth and clear, helps wash away foreign particles, and reduces the risk of eye infection.

Premium Lens Implants for Cataracts

Millions of people across the world have cataracts. A cataract scatters and obstructs light as it goes through the lens. The obstruction reduces the sharpness of the images that get to your retina. As such, the images you see are blurry.

Benefits of LASIK

About 150 million people in the United States use prescription eyewear for vision correction. Maybe even you are among those who sometimes fumble around to search for their eyeglasses. If you no longer want to endure the inconvenience brought by wearing glasses or contact lenses, LASIK may offer an effective solution.

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