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Did you know that more people than ever before can wear contact lenses? Speak to your optometrist about your options.
A cataract surgery involves the removal of the lens of the eye and replacing it with an artificial implant. Here is what you need to know if you want to wear contacts afterwards.
There are several tests involved when diagnosing glaucoma, largely due to the importance of detecting the condition early to mitigate vision loss.
Keratitis is a manifestation of the herpes simplex virus that results in inflammation of the corneal layers. It can cause severe vision loss in some cases.
There are a range of eye conditions that require treatment from your optometrist – here are a few.
Burning, stinging and sore eyes can be very annoying to deal with. Here are some tips to help you find out what could be causing these symptoms.
Here is a guide to some of the more common eyesight procedures you may experience at the optometrist
The full recovery process from cataract surgery can take time as your eyes adjust, but you should notice improvements within the first few days.
Double vision, crossed eyes and lazy eyes can all affect your sight and cause frustrating problems. Here are some of the surgical and non-surgical treatment options.
Some eye sight conditions may only affect one eye – here are a few that could be affecting you