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17 Dec / 2014

Learn About Cataracts

Learn About Cataracts

Cataracts can affect persons of all ages and walks of life. However, they appear more frequently among persons over 40 years old. Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness or vision loss all across various parts of the world. Thankfully, cataracts are in many cases treatable with surgery. In fact, cataracts are considered the most popular form of treatable vision loss or blindness.

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17 Dec / 2014

Styes Explained

Styes Explained

A stye, also known as a hordeolum, is a small yet painful lump that develops outside or inside a person’s eyelid. Just like a pimple, it is an abscess that contains pus. It is usually caused by poor eye hygiene, which can lead to a staphylococcus infection.

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Intraocular Lenses Stop Cataracts

Cataract, the most common cause of blindness, causes loss of vision due to opacification of the eye lens caused due to buildup of protein. Buildup of new lens cells outside the eye lens compresses the older cells into the center of the eye lens, causing cataract.

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When Loved Ones Suffer From Cataracts

Cataracts are currently the leading cause of blindness. In fact, by the age of 80, half of all Americans will have or have had cataracts. The progression of this disease is often slow and can be treated. If left untreated, permanent blindness can occur.

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Ptosis: Causes, Risks And Treatment

Ptosis is a condition characterized by a drooping of the eyelid. It can manifest at any age although it tends to be common in the elderly and in children. Ptosis occurs when the muscles that raise the eyelid cannot do so properly, and may occur in one eye or both eyes. Ptosis interferes with proper vision and may cause headaches when the sufferer tries to elevate the eyelids throughout the day.

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Eye Makeup Safety To Prevent Vision Damage

Many women wear makeup to enhance their appearance, add color to their cheeks and lips, and emphasize the look of their eyes. While eye cosmetics such as eye shadow, mascara and eye liner will emphasize your eyes beautifully, they may also harm your eyes and interfere with your vision. Eye cosmetics are safety tested products made from generally safe materials; as long as you apply and use them appropriately you should have no problems. Protect your eyes and vision by learning the potential dangers to your eyes from the use of eye cosmetics and how to protect yourself from those dangers.

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05 Dec / 2014

LASIK And Dry Eye

LASIK And Dry Eye

It has been estimated that roughly 50% of all patients who get LASIK surgery to correct their vision then experience a side effect that is known as dry eye. As a local eye specialist Fort Worth has to offer will confirm, this makes it one of the most common side effects that has been noted. In the vast majority of cases, the condition is mild, and it only lasts for a short amount of time. However, there have been reports of people suffering from dry eye months after LASIK, and rare reports have indicated that patients have even noticed it years after the procedure.

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Deciding Whether To Undergo LASIK

If you have less-than-perfect vision and are tired of relying on glasses or contacts to correct this problem, then you may be on your way to exploring your options. There are many corrective procedures available that would prevent the need for any corrective devices, with LASIK being top on the list. LASIK is one of the most effective and affordable methods to restore vision. If you’re not sure whether LASIK is the right choice for you, then here are some aspects of LASIK to consider, which can help you make your decision:

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LASIK Surgery For Athletes

When it comes to the LASIK doctors Fort Worth has, there are many options, and athletes appear to be the sort of people who could benefit from their services. Emergency rooms in hospitals are full of athletes, who have broken their glasses while playing their chosen sport. Also, glasses have a tendency to slide and slip as an athlete sweats, which adversely impacts on game strategies and training. Although LASIK eliminates the requirement for contacts and glasses, athletes still have to schedule time off from playing sport to recover. Fourteen days is the minimum amount of recovery time needed, and this could be considerably longer, based on the particular sport.

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5 Celebrities Who Have Had LASIK Surgery

LASIK surgery can substantially improve a person’s vision if he or she suffers from nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. Even if a person is considered to be a candidate based on their eye problem, there is additional criteria that each LASIK patient must meet.

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