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5 Common Eye Disorders Involving Tight And Tense Eye Muscles

05th July 2010
For many common eye disorders, tight and tense eye muscles can be an issue that underlies them all. This eye tension needs to be addressed to help resolve these eye disorders. Although eye tension is a common denominator in these eye problems, it can affe... Read >
Author: Carol Murphy

Cataract Surgery: A Step By Step Explanation Cataract Removal

29th June 2010
What is a cataract? A cataract is a general clouding that develops in the midsections of the crystalline lenses of the eyeballs. Cataracts can vary is severity from quite mild to causing complete opaqueness. Light rays are obstructed from entering the ... Read >
Author: Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler

Eye Whitening with I-BRITE™ Eye Whitening Procedure: Make Your Eyes Bright White Again!

29th June 2010
What is conjunctiva anyway? The white regions of human eyes are called sclera. Sclera is covered by a thin, transparent mucus membrane known as the conjunctiva. The conjunctiva actually lines the inside of the eyelids and also reaches out to cover the ... Read >
Author: Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler

Blepharitis And Its Treatment

14th April 2010
One of the most common eye problems in older adults is a skin condition called blepharitis . In severe cases, it may also cause styes , irritation and inflammation of the cornea and conjunctiva. Inflammation happens when the body tries to fight an injury ... Read >
Author: credulous

Side Effects of Orthokeratology

01st April 2010
It is for many years that the practice of orthokeratology, or performing vision correction surgery through corneal reshaping, has been used. However, at present, there are only a few orthokeratology lens designs that have been approved by the US Food and ... Read >
Author: DominicAnderson

Significance of Contact Lenses. An excellent substitute

19th March 2010
Contact lenses are those pieces of plastic which let a person to see without wearing glasses. They can be used as substitute of eyeglasses. Generally, they are used for the treatment of certain eye diseases. There is a strong relation between an ophthal... Read >
Author: Paul Kramer

Corneal topography to check Keratoconus

05th March 2010
When there are some disorders or diseases on our eyes, the cornea shape will change. So doctor uses corneal topography to map the cornea to check Keratoconus and other progressive eye diseases. And it is proved corneal topography is one of the best way to... Read >
Author: RezaHyver

Air Optix For Astigmatism Toric Contact Lenses Feature Outstanding Wearing Comfort

16th February 2010
Are you tired of toric contact lenses for astigmatism that stick to your eyes, cause you terrible itchiness and redness, or are just plain bad? If so, you may want to consider Air Optix For Astigmatism lenses from CIBA Vision. Approved by the US Food and ... Read >
Author: David Long

Many Benefits Of Contact Lenses

21st January 2010
Contraindications include allergic and inflammatory conditions (such as corneal infection), abnormal overflow of tears (epiphora), presbyopia, severe exophthalmus, pterygium, or local neoplasm.The StructureThe corneal lens is made of lightweight, paper-th... Read >
Author: Freddy Roy

What is LASIK Revision Surgery?

05th January 2010
What is LASIK Revision Surgery? In Los Angeles LASIK surgery is a very common procedure for vision correction. LASIK is a tried and tested procedure that has resulted in thousands of happy customers, glad to give up the use of contacts and glass... Read >
Author: Maloneyvision

Chalazion treatments

04th November 2009
Chalazion is one of the common eyelid problems, which displays in the form of benign, painless bump or nodule inside the eyelid. Chalazia contain pus and blocked fatty secretions, which can no longer drain out. Most of the chalazia drain out under periodi... Read >
Author: Lily Allen

Traumatic Brain Injury

18th June 2009
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a significant cause of brain death, with the majority of victims being between 18 - 49 years of age, and also provides an important source for organ transplantation. The definition of the physiological condition of "brain d... Read >
Author: Vital Ethics

Is Custom LASIK a Better Choice Than Traditional LASIK?

15th June 2009
There has been a lot of excitement surrounding custom LASIK using WaveFront technology. Unlike traditional LASIK, custom LASIK allows the surgeon to map the patient's cornea and produce a more customized surgical solution for their vision problems. How do... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Why Do People Get PRK instead of LASIK? - Eye Care Information

10th June 2009
Although LASIK surgery seems to be the preferred refractive procedure, however in some cases LASIK is not advisable. The PRK is a less complicated procedure, which is appropriate for certain situations. The majority of surgeons prefer LASIK for patient... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Detached Retinal Surgery Its Various Types

03rd June 2009
To understand how a detached retina surgery can be performed, we need to understand what retinal detachment is. In a layman's language, it is a disorder of the eye where the retina gets separated from its attachment to its underlying tissue within the eye... Read >
Author: daniel.rayfield
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