Lifestyle Changes That May Stop The Effects Of Macular Degeneration

Posted on: 3 September 2015
Certain things you do in life can make your symptoms of macular degeneration worse, which will cause you to lose your eyesight faster. Learning what these are and finding ways to avoid them can be beneficial for your eyesight. Your optometrist can help you understand what these are and may give you a list of things to change. Here are four important changes you might see on the list your eye doctor gives you:
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Dealing With Corneal Ulcers

Posted on: 20 May 2015
Corneal ulcers are small holes in the cornea, the clear covering over the iris that also holds in the eye's fluid. Ulcers are potentially serious and, as soon as they are discovered, must be treated. There are several reasons why a corneal ulcer can form and their treatment is based on their cause. What are the symptoms of corneal ulcers? Corneal ulcers can present themselves as blurry vision in certain parts of the visual field.
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4 Things You Need To Know Before Undergoing LASIK Surgery

Posted on: 27 March 2015
LASIK is a laser-assisted surgical procedure that permanently changes the shape of the cornea in order to correct your vision. The success rate of LASIK is quite high, with 96 percent of patients achieving their desired vision after undergoing the procedure. However, if you're considering LASIK as a way of reducing (or eliminating) your dependency on eyeglasses or contact lenses, there are four things you should know: 1. You May Need a Second Surgery to Achieve Satisfactory Vision
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Can't See Well? Follow These Tips For Safer Nighttime Driving

Posted on: 16 March 2015
If you have trouble with your vision, you might have a hard time seeing when you drive at night. This can be a very frightening problem, but there are things that you can do. If you follow these tips, you're sure to feel more comfortable, confident and safe when you're on the road after the sun goes down. Make Sure Your Prescription is Up-to-Date First and foremost, make sure that your glasses or contact prescription is up-to-date.
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