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Talking About Eye-Related Health Problems

Hello, my name is Gary May. Welcome to my site about health conditions affecting the eyes. The old saying goes that eyes are the windows to the soul. However, eyes are also the windows to various organs throughout the body. Problems in those organs often present in remarkable ways in the eyes. Eye doctors can pinpoint the health condition by performing an exam using a specially designed scope. Furthermore, eyes also act as our windows to the world beyond our being. Health conditions that affect the eyes can often worsen and cause the patient to lose their ability to see clearly. I would like to discuss all of these health conditions in more detail on this site. I hope you will come back again soon. Thanks.

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Bifocals are effective pieces of vision improvement gear, but not everyone wants to have them. Many people associate dislike having their vision correction split through the lens, and thus they are something many want to avoid. If you don't want to wear bifocals, that doesn't mean you have to struggle to see clearly. Here's how you can utilize contact lenses so you can skip bifocals. What Bifocals Do If you don't already know, bifocals are essentially glasses that have two different vision prescriptions attached to them. Read More 

The Dangers Of Candiasis Infections In Your Child’s Eyes

Eye infections are a problem that can occur with anybody at any time. And unfortunately, few people truly understand how dangerous they can be, particularly if the infections are caused by fungus. Thankfully, fungal infections are one of the least common types of eye infection to occur. However, children are likely to be more susceptible to them because they are not quite as careful about their cleanliness as their parents. As a result, they may suffer from what is known as invasive candidiasis. Read More 

The Time For Laser Vision Correction Is Now

Being able to see clearly is vital to daily life. Many people experience vision problems that affect their ability to see distant objects clearly. Glasses and contact lenses are used to correct these vision problems, but they are only a temporary fix. Laser vision correction physically changes the shape of your eye to improve your vision without the use of glasses or contact lenses. If you have been thinking about laser vision correction, the time to invest in surgery is now. Read More 

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Are you practically blind without your glasses, but wishing for something that could mean leaving the frames behind? Wearing contacts isn't possible or comfortable for everyone, and you might feel like those are the only two affordable options you have for daily vision correction. However, there are some other avenues you could pursue that can be worth talking to your optometrist about.  Lasik or PRK Lasik and PRK are laser corrective surgeries that can help give you perfect vision. Read More 

Can Contacts Work With Dry Eyes?

If you have dry eyes, you may have felt that contact lenses would never work for you. In the past, getting contacts with dry eyes was notoriously difficult, and it could potentially leave your eyes feeling even drier and more miserable. These days, however, considerable steps have been taken to increase the comfort of people with dry eyes who want to wear contact lenses. Keep reading to discover how wearing contacts could work for you, even with dry eyes. Read More