General Eye Info

What Age Should I Worry About Cataracts?

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

Patients with Keratoconus have had a lot vision worries over the years. Sometimes these patients begin to worry about additional vision problems, such as Cataracts when we get older. Cataracts is a slow clouding of the lens of the eye. The rate of progression can be affected by different things including uncontrolled blood glucose levels….  read more

5 Steps to Basic Eye Care

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016

When we think of health we rarely think of eye care. But will all health is important the eyes are used daily and are equally important to your daily regimen. There are several ways you can ensure that your eyes are healthy. In addition to having healthy eyes you must also maintain them. Our bodies…  read more

When to Schedule Your Next Eye Appointment

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

While we are making our lists of important appointments to schedule many check-ups, and screenings come to mind and usually an eye exam isn’t on the top of the list. However you can learn many things by a simple eye exam. Conditions like Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Glaucoma, and even Cataracts can be detected and…  read more

Keeping Your Eyes Safe During the Summer

Tuesday, January 12th, 2016

When we think about the summer we often think of sun, beaches, and vacation. We often forget the dangers of being exposed to so much sun. While you are on your next vacation, or out on the beach remember these tips below to keep your families eyes safe this summer. Below are 2 tips to…  read more

Diabetes & Keratoconus: Steps to Changing Your Life

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

Diabetes can wreak havoc on your vision alone. However when you are diagnosed with both diabetes and Keratoconus it can cause many more problems. The truth is that Keratoconus changes the shape of your cornea and diabetes damages the blood vessels throughout your eyes. With so much damage these conditions cause the risk of severe…  read more

Cataract Treatment and Keratoconus

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

Do you struggle with Keratoconus and are now faced with dealing with cataracts? Don’t loose hope. Today’s cataract treatment can provide improved vision for many individuals who suffer with cataracts. This infographic provides an overview of cataract treatment for individuals with Keratoconus. While Keratoconus did not cause your cataracts, it is important to understand your…  read more

Remember Your Eyes Need Care Too!

Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

When we go to the doctor one of the last things we think will be wrong is our vision. Prevention of vision loss or damage can be managed by remember a few simple things. The loss of our sight can be devastating and many time unwarranted. While some conditions are hereditary they can be detected…  read more

Daily Life: Dealing With Headaches as a Symptom of Keratoconus

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

There are many symptoms of Keratoconus. Managing the symptoms can be just as hard as dealing with the complications of the disease itself. One of the harder and more progressive symptoms of Keratoconus is headaches. While proper management of headaches can help you over the course of time, finding a way to cope with them…  read more

What You Need to Know About Cataracts & Macular Degeneration

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

There are several people suffering from both Cataracts and Macular Degeneration today. Both conditions are degenerative to the eye and can cause severe visual loss. Their only real difference is what visual areas are affected by each condition. Cataracts: In Cataracts the vision is affected slowly over time as the internal lens becomes cloudy. In…  read more

Do You Have Family Members With Keratoconus?

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

Keratoconus is a progressive condition and can be a debilitating if left untreated. Watching your family members go through it can make you feel helpless and useless in some experiences. You probably have many questions on the condition after watching your family members go through their treatments. In past years their were limited treatments for…  read more

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