We design this page with many videos to help you understand as much as possible about the eyes! Enjoy the show!
THE VISUAL SYSTEM
What is a Dilated Eye Exam?
10 Tips for Computer Eye Strain Relief
How Are Bifocals eyeglasses Different Than Progressives eyeglasses?
Astigmatism vs Myopia vs Hyperopia
Here is the best way to apply eye drops, including allergy eye drops and eye drops for dry eyes -- without getting them all over your face
We offer in office treatment BlephEx & ZEST as well as at home self care! Ask about it!
Eye floaters explained
A vitreous detachment is a common condition that usually affects people over age 50.
A vitreous detachment is a condition in which a part of the eye called the vitreous shrinks and separates from the retina. The vitreous is a gel-like substance that fills the inside of the eye ball.
This is also known as PVD (Posterior Vitreous Detachment). PVD is non-sight-threatening and the symptoms subside in the vast majority of patients. Most patients no longer notice flashes after 3 months and floaters tend to improve. No specific treatment is needed for PVD
Sometimes. Retinal detachment happens when any part of the retina, the eye's light-sensitive tissue, is lifted or pulled from its normal position at the back wall of the eye. This can happen directly after a vitreous detachment.
Retinal Detachment is consider an eye emergency! Please call us immediately should you are experiencing these signs and symptoms.
Ocular Migraines or Eye Migraines
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