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Dry Eye Treatment

Dry Eye Treatment

Many Americans across the U.S tend to have their eyes suffer from dry eye. Dry eye is a type of eye condition that doesn’t properly produce enough tears into a person’s eyes, making sure that they stay as lubricated and comfortable as possible. There are a few...
Astigmatism(3/3)

Astigmatism(3/3)

Contact Lenses Contact lenses help to provide comfortability and a greater sense of wider depth and vision. If they are used properly and are fit into one’s eyes, they are a far better alternative to corrected one’s vision, but it’s not always for everyone. To have...
Astigmatism (2/2)

Astigmatism (2/2)

Astigmatism comes in two types: regular and irregular. Regular occurs when the cornea is carved in more directions, causing a distortion. Irregular astigmatism is far less common, but the curative in the cornea in irregular astigmatism is not even compared to the...
Astigmatism (1/1)

Astigmatism (1/1)

Astigmatism is a very common visual factor when it comes to losing vision or having blurred vision, and is a refractive error much like nearsighted and farsight eye problems. Though many tend to believe that it is an eye disease or eye problem, it is an eye condition....
Keratoconus Treatment (3/3)

Keratoconus Treatment (3/3)

Excessive Lighting Overhead projectors such as computer monitors, phone screens, and other monitors that require having a bright light can lead the eyes to strain. The more you’re on the screen is also a factor, and the more the brightness the screen can also strain...
Keratoconus Treatment (2/2)

Keratoconus Treatment (2/2)

Corneal CrosslinkingCross-linking is a type of procedure in which it strengthens the cornea of the eye after the effects of keratoconus take place in a person’s eyes. The way the procedure works is by applying a type of riboflavin that is liquified into the eye’s...