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What Is LipiFlow Eye Massage and How Can It Help Me?

Do you suffer from dry eyes? In most cases, this common problem develops because of meibomian gland dysfunction. Now you can finally find relief with an innovative form of massage, and no surgery is required.

Oct 4th, 2021
How an Eye Exam Can Identify Glaucoma

Don’t wait until your vision changes to get a glaucoma eye exam. By then, the optic nerve is already damaged. Routine glaucoma eye exams catch glaucoma at an early stage, long before you have symptoms and while you can still prevent damage.

Sep 6th, 2021
How Collagen Cross-Linking Can Treat Your Keratoconus

Keratoconus is a progressive eye disorder that can cause significant deterioration in your vision. If you have this condition, find out about collagen cross-linking and how it can slow the effects of keratoconus.

Aug 11th, 2021
When to Consider a Corneal Transplant

Corneal eye disease ranks as the fourth most common cause of blindness. But with a corneal transplant, you can improve vision loss and prevent blindness. Read on to learn more about when it’s time to consider a corneal transplant.

Jul 15th, 2021
Help for Your Dry Eyes

Do you have dry, itchy eyes? You have effective treatment options available to you! Keep reading to learn more about the causes of dry eyes and what you can do to relieve itching, burning, grittiness, redness, and more.

Jun 14th, 2021
What to do About Those Pesky Cataracts

Cataracts grow so slowly that early on, many people may not know they have one. Yet, 90 percent of people over age 65 have a cataract, and among those between age 75 and 85, half have lost some vision due to a cataract. Read on to learn more.

Apr 12th, 2021
Recognizing the Signs of Keratoconus

Your cornea is your eye’s outer lens, enabling you to see your world clearly. If it thins and bulges, however, your vision becomes blurred and distorted. This condition is called keratoconus. Learn more about keratoconus and its symptoms here.

Mar 7th, 2021
Recognizing the Symptoms of Dry Eye Disease

Dry eyes occur when your eyes don’t produce an adequate amount of nourishing tear fluid. How do you know if you have dry eye disease and not just simple irritation? Learn what symptoms indicate this eye condition so you can get proper treatment.

Feb 7th, 2021
Start The New Year With LASIK

Are you tired of waking up every morning with blurry vision? Refractive LASIK can change that in the new year. Attain freedom from corrective eyewear. Read on to learn how you can start 2021 with clear vision.

Jan 1st, 2021
Who’s at Risk for Developing Glaucoma?

Not knowing the risk factors for glaucoma is unfortunate, because the illness is so prevalent. Learn here about the risks to see if you might be in danger of getting this vision-stealing condition.

Dec 1st, 2020
Keratoconus and Vision Loss

If you start having issues with your vision in your teenage years, you could have keratoconus. It can be treated, but you need to get an accurate diagnosis sooner rather than later to provide the treatment to keep your eyesight healthy.

Oct 1st, 2020
Understanding the Different Types of Cornea Transplants

A cornea transplant can transform your vision. With this procedure, you can improve your eyesight and reduce or eliminate eye pain and discomfort. Several types of cornea transplants are available. Keep reading to learn more.

Sep 7th, 2020
Coping With Chronic Dry Eye

When you're coping with dry eyes, you can feel worn out and emotionally frustrated, wanting to cry for more reason than one. Chronic dry eyes aren't just uncomfortable; they can also cause damage. Learn more about dealing with chronic dry eyes.

Jul 15th, 2020
Are You a Candidate for LASIK?

If your imperfect eyesight is making your life a blur, you might be a candidate for LASIK surgery, which can restore your clear vision. Read on to learn more about this “visionary” procedure.

Jun 3rd, 2020