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The Importance of Getting Your Eyes Tested

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The Importance of Getting Your Eyes Tested

When was the last time you popped down to your local opticians for a check-up? We may have had it drilled into us to visit the dentist every six months but rarely do we grant our eyes the same courtesy! We only have one pair so it’s essential that we take care of them throughout…

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Sunglasses Are An Important Part of Maintaining Good Eye Health

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Sunglasses Are An Important Part of Maintaining Good Eye Health

When you venture out in the sunshine, you will find that it is possible for hazardous damage to occur to your body through the ultra violet rays found in sunlight. These types of sun rays tend to be especially hazardous with regard to the eyes. It is therefore necessary to wear sun glasses to avoid…

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2 Options to Explore with Cataract Surgery

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2 Options to Explore with Cataract Surgery

Living with cataracts can be a challenge. One day you are seeing clearly and the next, it may seem like your vision is cloudy and less clear than it once was. This makes sense, because a cataract is basically an opaque eye lens – when a normal, healthy lens should be clear or translucent. This…

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Understanding the Various Eye Related Treatments Offered By Ophthalmologists

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Understanding the Various Eye Related Treatments Offered By Ophthalmologists

Ophthalmology is the field of medicine and it gives detail description about the eyes and the treatment associated with it. Ophthalmologists are specially trained to treat the eye problem and also carry out surgical treatments, if required. Eye specialist gives treatment for following types of problem:   Eyelid disorders Eyeglass and contact lens prescriptions Corneal…

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What Women Need To Know About Glaucoma

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What Women Need To Know About Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a disease that damages the optic nerve and is usually caused by an elevated pressure in the eye, which is also known as intraocular pressure. Symptoms typically begin with loss of peripheral vision and often go unnoticed at first. Eventually, the disease impacts the central visual area. If left untreated, it can lead…

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