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Young boy in glasses with eye patch covering one lens as treatment for lazy eye (amblyopia)

9 Common Questions about Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)

Amblyopia: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment  Amblyopia, more commonly referred to as ‘lazy eye’, affects around 3% of children and is the most common condition to cause vision loss in adolescence. One common misconception about lazy eye syndrome is that it is merely a cosmetic concern that will eventually correct ...

Close up of a man's face who has Ptosis, drooping upper eyelid

Upper Eyelid Surgery Aftercare and Healing

What to Expect After Having Ptosis Surgery for Upper Eyelid Drooping Ptosis is a medical condition that causes the upper eye skin to droop over the eye. This condition can affect either one or both of the eyelids and is either developed at birth, or it can develop as you ...

Close up of an elder womens face with a hypermature cataract in her eye

Hypermature Cataracts: What Happens if You Don’t Get Cataracts Removed?

Hypermature Cataracts: Symptoms, Risks, and Treatments Cataracts are the number one cause of vision loss in the US. By the age of 65, more than 90% of all Americans have a cataract, and about 50% of people aged 75-85 have some vision loss because of a cataract.  A cataract is a clouding ...

close up of the pterygium during eye examination

7 Common Questions About Pterygium

Pterygium: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment Are you experiencing irritation or dryness in your eye? Do you notice a spot on your eye that wasn’t there before? If so, there’s a chance that you could have pterygium.  In this guide, we answer the most common questions about ...

what eye floaters look like

What Causes Eye Floaters in My Vision?

If you have noticed little dots, or squiggles in your vision, that seem to float away when you try to focus on them directly, those are most likely eye floaters.  The Most Common Cause of Eye Floaters Our eyes are contained by a jelly-like substance made of tiny cells ...

Laser Eye Surgery

7 Questions to Ask Your Surgeon Before Getting LASIK Surgery

Approved by the FDA in 1999, LASIK is the most popular refractive eye surgery worldwide. In fact, approximately 700,000 people choose to under go this minimally invasive eye surgery every year. If you are considering ditching your eye glasses and contact lenses for a more permanent solution, LASIK laser eye surgery may ...

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