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What to Know Before Your First Eye Injec...
A common in-office procedure is an eye injection for treatment of various eye conditions, such as wet macular degenerati...
What You Should Know About Intraoperativ...
What Is Intraoperative Aberrometry? Yes, that is a mouthful, but the concept isn’t quite as hard as the name....
What's a retinal detachment and what are...
The retina is the nerve tissue that lines the inside back wall of your eye. Light travels through the pupil and lens and...
Pregnancy Can Change Your Eyes
We all know that during pregnancy, a woman's body goes through a great deal of change hormonally and physiologically.&nb...
Help for Those with Low Vision
Recent Census Bureau data shows a population of approximately 70 million baby boomers (the generation born from 1946-196...

Fall brings a lot of fun, with Halloween bringing loads of it.

But did you know that some Halloween practices could harm your vision? Take Halloween contacts, for instance. They vary widely, with everything from monster eyes to goblin eyes to...

The tears that coat the surface of your eyes have both a liquid and a mucous layer to them. It is normal to have a very thin amount of mucus in your tear film. But that mucus can significantly increase when the eye gets irritated.

Some of the...