Treating Eyelid Margin Disease with Eyelid Scrubs

Eye Conditions, Eye Treatments

Eyelid margin disease is a persistent inflammation of the lid margin caused by various health conditions. Sometimes eyelid margin disease never completely resolves, but with simple daily sanitary measures it can feel much better. The purpose of eyelid scrubs is to remove eyelid margins crusting and to keep the bases of the lashes clean. A […]

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Cataract Surgery Recovery

Cataract, Eye Conditions, Eye Surgery, Eye Treatments

Cataract surgery is an intraocular operation that can improve degraded visual acuity. As with any operation healing after cataract surgery can depend on many associated health factors such as age, coexisting diabetes, age related retinal degeneration, ocular circulatory and other health conditions. While only a patient’s eye surgeon can advise exact instructions for post cataract surgery care, there are […]

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Presbyopia and Why We Need Reading Glasses During Maturity


Presbyopia is derived from the Greek words “Presvis” (senior) and “Opsis” (vision). Presbyopia is the maturity onset phenomenon in which near vision acuity tasks become difficult without optical assistance. Over time the natural human lens becomes less flexible which prevents the eye from optically adjusting to perform near vision tasks. Presbyopia is a physiologic development over a lifetime […]

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January is Glaucoma Awareness Month

Glaucoma, Uncategorized

Glaucoma is a major cause of vision loss worldwide. More than 3 million Americans have glaucoma, nearly 50% of which do not even know they have the disease. Glaucoma is a result of pressure damage to the optic nerve. With a damaged nerve the eye cannot see. Unfortunately most forms of glaucoma present with no noticeable […]

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