Treating Eye Infections

Eye infections cause lots of discomfort and pain. Some, if left untreated, could evolve into severe conditions. Luckily, eye infections are easy to take note of, and you can seek treatment early.

Dry Eye Disease and Treatment

​​​​​​​Dry eye syndrome is quite a common condition. It affects people who are unable to produce enough tears to nourish and lubricate their eyes. There are many reasons why a person’s tears may be unstable or inadequate. Dry eye may occur, for example, if the quality of your tears is poor. This can lead to damage to the surface of your eyes and inflammation. This condition is common particularly in the elderly.

Importance of Routine Eye Exams

The benefits of having regular eye exams go beyond ensuring that your vision is still right. Eye exams check the healthiness of your eyes, making it easier to pin down problems early.

Getting PRK Laser Eye Surgery

If you are fed up with relying on glasses or contact lenses for clear vision, you may be considering laser vision correction surgery, or more specifically, a type of this treatment known as PRK. Here’s what you need to know about PRK and what is involved in the surgery itself. 

Treating Double Vision

If you have ever seen a double image, chances are that you blinked a few times and your vision returned to normal. Most people will experience at least one temporary episode of double visions during their lifetime. However, if someone has chronic episodes of double vision, they will need to seek an appointment with a professional to determine the cause of their condition and obtain the appropriate treatment. 

Benefits of Implantable Contact Lenses

Implantable contact lenses are made from Collamer, which is purified collagen. Collagen is a substance that is already naturally occurring in our bodies and provides strength and structure that holds our bodies together. Since our bodies already recognize it, the chances of the implantable contact lenses being rejected are extremely low.

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