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What Happens To The Eye With A Retinal Detachment?

The eye has a series of parts that work together to achieve vision. Every part is necessary for vision and seeing to be possible. Some parts are more important than others. If these parts don’t function as they should, you can’t see. One of these things is a retinal detachment. Keep reading to learn more… Read More

Why Getting Cataract Surgery Could Help Your Golf Game

Everyone knows that one of the best parts of retirement is working on your golf game. Something that is much less fun is your increased risk of developing cataracts. Cataracts are something that forms in everyone at some point or another. Developing them is an unavoidable part of life, but you don’t need to let… Read More

3 Easy Ways To Pick The Right IOL

Choosing the right IOL for cataract surgery is all about knowing how you want to see after the procedure. There are a surprising amount of choices at your disposal, so finding the right one can be tricky. Keep reading for 3 easy ways to pick the right IOL! 1. Know Your Options The first step… Read More

Should I Worry About Macular Degeneration?

As we get older, we face many different threats to our vision. Cataracts, glaucoma, presbyopia, and diabetic retinopathy are a few conditions that are age-related. The leading cause of vision loss in Americans is macular degeneration. Keep reading to find out if macular degeneration (AMD) is something that you should worry about! What is AMD?… Read More

When Is Eyelid Surgery Necessary?

As we get older, it’s more likely that you’ll suffer from baggy or sagging eyelids. Besides being unattractive, eyelids can sag low enough that the skin blocks vision. Tired of your saggy eyelids getting in the way of seeing well? You may be a good candidate for a procedure called blepharoplasty. Keep reading to learn… Read More

Will Cataract Surgery Hurt?

After the age of 40, you are at a heightened risk of developing cataracts. Everyone will develop cataracts at some point in their life. People are apprehensive about surgical procedures, especially those that involve our eyes. It would seem obvious that a procedure like cataract surgery would be painful, but it’s not. The good news… Read More

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