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Conditions

Conditions

Cataracts

Cataracts

Those suffering from cataracts experience a clouding of the natural lens inside the eye. The condition is very common and often inevitable as you age,

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Corneal Problems

Astigmatism

if the cornea in the front of the eye does not have the same curvature in every direction you have astigmatism. This can be corrected

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Keratoconus

Keratoconus is a progressive eye disease which affects the shape of the cornea causing blurred vision. In 20%-30% of cases, the condition is progressive resulting

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Fuchs’ Dystrophy

Fuchs’ endothelial dystrophy is a progressive disease that leads to clouding of the cornea and eventual reduction in vision. Patients with Fuchs’ may notice this as

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Glasses / Contacts Dependence

Short sightedness

Myopia (or short sightedness) is a common eye condition that causes the patient to see distant objects as blurred, despite seeing their close surroundings very

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Long sightedness

Long-sightedness, also known as hypermetropia or hyperopia is a common vision disorder. It results from the overall power of the eye not being strong enough,

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Reading vision problems

Much of modern life is spent on smartphones, tablets and computers and the inconvenience of needing reading glasses for these tasks is felt by millions.

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Contact Lens Problems

Contact lenses are a popular and convenient form of non-surgical vision correction; however, some people may experience contact lens problems.

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Glaucoma

Glaucoma

In most cases, but not always, glaucoma is associated with a rise in intraocular pressure. Intraocular pressure is generated through a balance between the production

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Oculoplastics

Eyelid Laxity (Loose eyelids)

Over time, the effects of age and gravity cause the muscles and fat around the eyelids to lose their volume and elasticity. As a result,

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Droopy Eyelids – Ptosis

Ptosis is the term used to describe a droopy or low upper eyelid position. This can block the vision, while compensating by tilting the face

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Eyebags and Wrinkles

As the cheek area becomes droopy and loses volume over time, the area underneath the eyes appears hollow and develops a tired look, causing the

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Eyelid Cysts

The eyelid contains different types of tissue and glands – an eyelid cyst can form from any of these areas.

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Other Conditions

Pterygium

Pterygium (plural pterygia) is when a wedge-shaped growth of tissue forms on the eye. It does not usually require treatment unless it is interfering with vision,

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Dry Eyes

Do your eyes feel dry, itchy and uncomfortable on a regular basis? Dry eyes can be caused by a wide range of things, and can

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Blepharitis

If you have inflammation around the edges of the eyelids or crusting, itching or discomfort, you may suffer from Blepharitis. If you have questions about

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Retina

Retinal Disorders

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