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Accidents and injuries can affect any part of our body, including our eyes. Unsurprisingly, our eyes are extremely delicate and complex, and any sort of injury has the potential to have severe consequences for our eyes and vision. For this reason, it’s important to always take any sort of eye injury very seriously and to consult with your eye doctor as to whether you require emergency treatment. 


Glaucoma is an eye disease that can cause loss of vision. It is the primary cause of vision loss around the globe, according to the World Health Organization.


Macular degeneration (MD) is an age-related eye disease that usually affects people over the age of 60. The condition occurs when the center part of the retina, or the macula, becomes damaged or declines. The macula is the part of the eye that allows you to see things or images in detail. As the macula becomes damaged, the patient experiences loss of vision or blurring of the eyesight. MD can have a huge effect on your daily life.


Dry eyes are one of the most common eye conditions and will affect most of us at some point in our lifetime. For many of us, the effects will be temporary and will likely clear themselves fairly quickly and without the need to professional intervention.


Scleral lenses are just one type of specialty contact lens that makes it possible for people who couldn’t previously wear contacts to enjoy the benefits of this convenient and effective solution. 


Fortunately, there is a new, effective and convenient alternative – Orthokeratology, Ortho-K for short that not only enables patients to see clearly without prescription aids, but that can also prevent the progression of myopia.


The anti-reflective coating known as AR or anti-glare coating can be beneficial for your vision....


Has your child’s prescription gotten stronger year after year? It is sad that with the advent of time, kids are getting vulnerable to many...


Has your vision become dim or hazy? This can be signs of cataract says...


These days, children in the very early stages of their lives, sometimes as early as single-digit years of age, are getting prone to blurred vision...