Wet vs. Dry Macular Degeneration
Macular degeneration is a disorder of the retina and the leading cause of irreversible vision loss for people 60 years old and older. An estimated 10 million people will develop this disorder in their retirement years. The macula is a small part of the center of the retina essential for sharp, straight ahead vision. As… Read More
What You Need to Know About LASIK
If the idea of LASIK surgery to correct your vision seems too good to be true, or if you’re intimidated by the thought of a laser coming anywhere near your eye, read on. There are some things you need to know about LASIK before you make your final decision. History of LASIK When researchers first… Read More
Do I Have Cataracts?
Has this ever happened to you: You’re driving home after dinner and struggle to keep your eyes on the road because the headlights and traffic lights seem especially bright and have odd “halos” around them? Do you find yourself rubbing your eyes in hopes of eliminating the cloudy vision you’ve been experiencing? If you answered… Read More