If you notice changes in your vision, you might have a condition called glaucoma. Without prompt treatment, you’re at risk for vision decline and blindness. Learn more about the link between glaucoma and blindness and the symptoms to look for.
If you’re struggling with itchy, inflamed eyelids, here’s a look at how we can determine whether blepharitis is to blame. First, you need to recognize the warning signs, and then we can do our part here to diagnose and treat the problem.
Also called pink eye, conjunctivitis affects millions of people each year. But just because it’s common, that doesn’t mean you should ignore it. In fact, without medical care, some types of pink eye can cause vision loss. Here’s how it’s treated.
Everyone experiences dry eyes from time to time. They typically aren’t a cause for concern. Chronic dry eyes are another matter. If your eyes are routinely dry, itchy, and stinging, you may need treatment for chronic dry eyes.
Taking care of your eyes should rank up there with monitoring your blood sugar when you have diabetes. In doing so, you can lower your risk for potentially serious problems, from vision changes to full-on blindness.
Cosmetic eye surgery has the power to minimize bothersome wrinkles, but the benefits don’t stop there. It can treat chronic puffiness and even improve your quality of vision by eliminating excess skin and fat. Is cosmetic eye surgery right for you?
There are many factors that contribute to healthy vision, especially as you age. From diet and screen habits to preventive care, here’s what you need to know to protect your eyes and maintain healthy vision.
Dry eye syndrome is typically a progressive condition that, without treatment, tends to worsen over time. The good news is ophthalmologists can create a personalized treatment plan to bring you some much-needed relief.
Cataracts may be the last thing on your mind as you head into summer, but it’s the perfect time to learn more about the number one cause of blindness. June is Cataract Awareness Month. Here’s what you need to know.
Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.