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The Incredible Answer to the Career You Despise!

29th October 2012
Do you ever question if there may be a career path out there that would liberate you from the aggravation and headache of the job you have right now? Like a lot of employees, you can probably answer 'Yes' to this question. You see, I used to get out o... Read >
Author: Isabel Compton

A Guide To Cosmetic Contact Lenses

10th January 2012
For years, colored contacts have been used by models, actresses, and actors to enhance the color of their eyes or change the color. Today, wearing cosmetic contact lenses such as colored contacts are very fashionable. These contacts have now become a fash... Read >
Author: anoton

The Best Time to Have an Eye Exam

16th May 2011
No one goes for an eye exam for no reason at all. Whether it is for reconstructive or cosmetic reasons, there are symptoms that you need to notice before deciding to bother your eye doctor. Some symptoms are all too common that you might not even consider... Read >
Author: Bruno Hill

How Many Types of Sunglasses for Myopia

10th May 2011
Today, large numbers of sunglasses are sold with zero power at eyeglasses market. It is an easy job to choose a pair of fashionable sunglasses with zero power at eyeglasses market. But, how many types of sunglasses for myopia is an important problem. We s... Read >
Author: homas Carter

Ophthalmoscopy for Flashers & Floaters

14th March 2011
A patient reports flashes & floaters; however the ophthalmologist doesn't find evidence of retinal pathology on routine ophthalmoscopy. Considering this, are we justified in billing for extended ophthalmoscopy (EO)? Answer: If the ophthalmoscopy is a r... Read >
Author: Erin Lang Masercola

Increase your Coding Options for Patients Refusing Dilation

26th November 2010
A patient shows up for an exam, however he won’t let the ophthalmologist dilate his pupils that day. Whatever the reason – time, the drive home, etc, you are stuck trying to find the best way to report a dilation at a separate visit. Most Medicare carrie... Read >
Author: James Smith

Getting Comfortable to Use Reading Glasses with 1.5 Magnification

12th October 2010
One can find all kinds of corrective lenses can be sold over the counter and are very economical. Each of the glasses are titled dependent on the level of the magnification. The least solid are labeled +1.00 & they steadily increase until they reach the m... Read >
Author: Amy Miller

Brief introduction of myopia

29th July 2010
Myopic eye or myopia, is a vision problem in which people have difficulty in reading and seeing objects clearly at a distance, which appear blurred because these images are focused in front of the retina, but can see nearby tasks. The eyeball of a myopic ... Read >
Author: DerikBriank

Cataracts and Cataract Surgery for Senior Citizens

27th October 2009
Cataracts & Cataract Surgery: Guide for Senior Citizens A majority of senior citizens over the age of 80 have experienced what is known as a cataract, or a clouding of the lens in the eye, which usually leads to deteriorated eyesight. It is important t... Read >
Author: TheCaringSpace.com

VSP Vision Care Vision Care for Life

07th April 2009
At some point in everybody's life there is going to be a necessity for corrective lens of some kind, whether they be eyeglasses or contact lenses. VSP (Vision Service Plan) is dedicated to offering affordable, high-quality eyecare plans that put people fi... Read >
Author: Mel Joelle

What Happens During an Eye Test? What Is All That Equipment?

05th January 2009
Eye exams are a common part of a regular doctor visit, though your eye exam may be more involved when you visit an ophthalmologist or optometrist. While the particulars of the exam visit will vary depending on your medical history and your family's medica... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

LASIK Side Effects

22nd July 2008
Patients who are considering a LASIK eye surgery should be aware of possible side effects that may occur. The most common side effects associated with LASIK include glare, halos with night vision, and dry eyes. In many cases, LASIK eye surgery side effect... Read >
Author: Wakin
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