Understanding Glaucoma Treatments: Eye Drops and Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty

Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty

There are multiple options for the treatment of glaucoma. In this article, we will discuss a very effective and efficient options, selective laser trabeculoplasty.

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Why Do My Eyes Get Watery When It’s Cold Outside?

Why Do Eyes Get Teary When It'S Cold Outside?

Ever wondered why your eyes start to water in cold weather? Dr. Erin Lally sheds light on this common question in her latest blog post. Discover how cold air triggers your body’s natural defenses, leading to more tears to keep your eyes moist and comfortable. Learn about the important roles of different layers in your tears and how they work together to protect your eyes from irritation and dryness. Plus, get practical tips to reduce discomfort from watery eyes in cold weather.

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Understanding Vision Changes and Solutions

Vision Changes Presbyopia And Solutions, Cataract Surgery

Presbyopia is a condition impairing close vision. Some options to resolve issues include glasses, LASIK, eye drops, and cataract surgery, with a focus on advanced multifocal and extended-depth focus lenses, such as PanOptix and Vivity. The post also highlights future technological innovations in ophthalmology for more personalized presbyopia treatments.

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How Diabetes Affects Your Eyes

How Diabetes Affects Your Eyes And Complications

Diabetes can seriously affect eye health, potentially leading to diabetic retinopathy, macular edema, glaucoma, and cataracts. Keeping blood sugar in check and monitoring A1C levels are essential for early detection and treatment, which may include laser therapy or injections.

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