Dilation of the eyes is an important part of any eye exam. This article describes what to expect when you arrive for your appointment as well as some tips on how make the exam go smoothly.
Amblyopia-Strabismus is also called lazy eye and typically occurs in childhood or as a baby. It is curable when treatment starts early which is fully explained in this article.
Have you woken up with your eyes feeling saggy and baggy are surprised to see they're twice their usual size? Allergic reactions, too much salt or alcohol, not drinking enough water, sleeping problem, crying, not to mention cosmetics can cause under eye swelling. While it normally takes several...
Ocular Hypertension is essentially an elevated pressure in the eye - the intraocular pressure. Although ocular hypertension is commonly confused with glaucoma, the two conditions have distinct differences.
We all suffer from eyestrain periodically, but for many of us it is a daily occurence. This article explains the symptoms, common causes and a few DIY remedies for eyestrain.
Video games have a bad reputation, but they can actually be very beneficial! This article delves into recent studies that have recently discovered exactly what playing video games can do!
Our immediate connection with the outside world is through the eyes. Know how to keep eyes healthy by reading on...
Before going in for progressive lenses it is better to find out about the advantages and disadvantages of these lenses. This article deals with progressive lenses in detail.
Sclera The sclera is the outermost layer of the eye, and is commonly known as being ‘the white part of the eye’. It is basically the tough, opaque and leathery tissues on the exterior of the eye that serve as a protective coat to the eye. It...
Ptosis has many names, it is usually known as "lazy eye", "droopy eye." A few famous people with ptosis include Paris Hilton and Forest Whitaker to mention just a few.