Eye Conditions

Corneal Transplants

Using Corneal Transplants to Restore Vision Over 46,000 corneal transplants were performed in 2011 in the United States, and the Eye Bank of America has reported that “over 95% of all corneal transplant operations succ...

Diabetic Eye Care

Diabetic? Give Your Eyesight Extra Attention Diabetics are at risk for having damage to the blood vessels of the retina (the back of the eye) due to elevated blood sugar levels. This retinal damage is called Diabetic Retinop...

Dry Eye Relief Today

Dry eyes are very common in older adults due to the natural aging process, but they can also be caused by your physical environment, disease, eye disorders, and habits like prolonged staring at the computer or your cell...

Glaucoma

Your vision could be in jeopardy, and you may not even be aware that anything is happening. Glaucoma is the term for a group of “silent” eye disorders often stemming from high intraocular pressure that can damag...

Macular Degeneration

Blurred, hazy, distorted or shadowy central vision Difficulty seeing in low light conditions Muted colorsTreatments include: lifestyle modification, vitamin therapy, medication injection; low vision services If you ...

Retinal Care

Protect Your Retina, Protect Your Vision There are several types of retinal disorders that can affect your vision and even lead to blindness. The retina is the back portion of your eye that senses light and sends images to...

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