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Eye infections

If the white of your child’s eye and the inside of his lower lid become red, he probably has a condition called conjunctivitis. Also known as... Read More


How does the eye work ?

The human eye is remarkable. It accommodates to changing lighting conditions and focuses light rays originating from various distances from the eye. When all of the... Read More


Diabetic retinopathy

Diabetes affects your body from head to toe. That includes your eyes. The most common and most serious eye complication of diabetes is diabetic retinopathy, which... Read More


Floaters & Flashes

Floaters Floaters appear as gray or black specks, lines, or “cobwebs” in front of the eyes. As the eyes move, the floaters move too. They do... Read More


Keratoconus

What is a Keratoconus? The normal cornea usually has a spherical curvature. A disease called keratoconus causes the cornea to undergo progressive thinning and thus protrude... Read More


Blepharoplasty

  Every year, one hundred thousand men and women choose Blepharoplasty to improve the way they look. Droopy eyelids can make you look older and can... Read More


Eye Allergies

The eyes are some of the most sensitive and vulnerable organs in the body. Airborne allergens and other particles can land directly on the surface of the... Read More


Macular degeneration

The region of the retina responsible for sharp, central sight is the macula. In the macula, the nerve cells of the retina are composed mainly of... Read More


Blepharoplasty

Every year, one hundred thousand men and women choose Blepharoplasty to improve the way they look. Droopy eyelids can make you look older and can also... Read More


Red Eye (Conjunctivitis)

Red eye, also called conjunctivitis, can be caused by bacterial or viral infections, or by allergic reactions to dust, pollen and other materials. Bacterial and viral... Read More


Dry Eye

What is dry eye syndrome? Dry eye syndrome is the decline of the quality or quantity of tears bathing the eye. The patient experiences constant pain... Read More


Glaucoma

Glaucoma isn’t one disease. Instead, it’s a group of diseases that cause damage to the optic nerve. In most cases, this damage is the result of... Read More