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Cataract: Causes, Diagnosis & Treatment

Date :13-Sep-2019

What is cataract? Cataract is the clouding of the eye's natural lens, which affects vision. The condition is common in people aged above 40. The clouded or foggy vision can bring difficulty in reading, driving, and colours may appear less bright than they are. This condition makes the light from the sun or lamp too bright or glaring. What causes Cataract? The lens of our eyes functions like a camera lens; it focuses light onto the retina and makes our vision clear. It also adjusts the light helping us to see things clearly, which is near or far to us. The lens is made of protein and water

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What Can You Expect From Treatments Of Droopy Eyelids?

Date :22-Jul-2019

Droopy eyelids which are also known as ptosis occur due to stress, age, trauma, or various medical disorders. This condition can affect one or both the eyelids and is called unilateral ptosis and bilateral ptosis respectively. This condition can affect a person for some time or can get permanent in some cases. Some people get it from the time of their birth and the condition is called congenital ptosis. Some can develop this condition later in life as well, known as acquired ptosis. It’s a serious condition as droopy upper eyelids can reduce or even block one’s vision. However, th

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Lasik Surgery: Remove the spectacles

Date :19-Jul-2019

It’s time to bid goodbye to those boring glasses with advanced LASIK surgery. If you are tired of wearing glasses and you are looking for a permanent solution for your eyes, Lasik surgery is the one for you. Lasik is a refractive eye surgery which helps an individual to achieve a better vision.In general, Lasik surgery has a good track record. Most people have unparallel results post surgery. Well, some side effects like eye dryness or temporary vision problems are common but they last for a short period of time. What visions problems can be corrected by Lasik surgery? Lasik eye sur

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Correct Misaligned Eye With Squint Surgery

Date :19-Feb-2019

Squint is a visual disorder in which the eyes point in different directions and are misaligned. This misalignment may be intermittent or constant. A person with squint will typically have one eye fixated on objects of interest while the other eye turned in (esotropia), out (exotropia), up (hypertropia), or down (hypotropia). Causes The causes of squint include thyroid eye disease, high farsightedness, eye injuries, cataract, cranial nerve palsies, myasthenia gravis, and in some patients it may be caused by brain or birth problems. Treatment To correct strabismus in younger infants, early s

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