Many patients are looking for freedom from eye drops and have grown tired of dealing with dry, irritated eyes. Dry eye may be result of natural ageing, low tear production, improper tear composition, post-surgical symptoms, certain medications, or even diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes, among other causes. Punctal plugs are a minimally invasive alternative to […]Read more "Punctal Plug treatment for Dry Eyes"
Summary: Contact lenses are commonly used by individuals who want to rid themselves of glasses. A deep research must go into selecting the right pair. To help you with this, a consultation with an eye specialist always comes in handy. There are several kinds of contact lenses available across the globe and used for a […]Read more "Eye Specialists take on contact lenses"
Diabetes Mellitus is the body’s inability in handling glucose, due mainly to a combination of insulin deficiency (either relative or absolute) and insulin inaction (termed insulin resistance). In normal individuals, insulin takes glucose from the blood and delivers it to wherever it is required. When this does not happen, blood sugar levels go up, and […]Read more "Diabetes Eye Diseases: Understanding the disease and its symptoms"
Summary: Whenever the season take a turn, there is some sort of infection seen either in the eyes, throat etc. Eyelid inflammation is not uncommon and only a specialized Eye doctor can treat such issue. Blepharitis is a common swelling of the eyelids involving the part of it where the eyelashes grow. It is the result of […]Read more "Eyelid Inflammation: A common eye disease"
The chemicals present in firecrackers which add sparkle to them can harm you in more than one way. Follow this useful guide on how to handle Diwali emergencies effectively. Throat, eye and skin irritation Aluminium and arsenic sulphide which are in abundance in crackers cause skin itching. Children especially develop red rashes on the skin […]Read more "Diwali emergencies: How to deal with them effectively"
World Sight Day is celebrated across the world on the second Thursday of October month. This year it’s falling on 13th October. The day is celebrated to create awareness about vision impairment, blindness as well as sight related problems. World Sight Day portrays the significance of good vision for everyone. Our eyes, which are an […]Read more "World Sight Day 2016: Let’s pledge to keep our eyes healthy"
Hyperopia, more commonly known as farsightedness, causes the image of a close up object that is normally projected on your retina, to be projected behind your retina causing blurred vision. When a farsighted person views at an object that is up close, both of their eyes move in toward each other trying to converge the […]Read more "Laser Eye Surgery – Freedom from Farsightedness"