Featured Image Angle vs Open Angle Glaucoma

There are several forms of glaucoma, but two common forms are open-angle and closed-angle glaucoma. Both are caused by a disruption in the drainage of aqueous humor. We recognize January as National Glaucoma Awareness month and publish this article to enhance your understanding and awareness of glaucoma. What is Aqueous Humor? Aqueous humor is a…

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Featured Image for Dry Eyes

Dry eye is a common eye condition and often gets worse during the winter when there is less humidity and we spend more time indoors…with the heat on. The tear film our eyes produce is crucial to the health and comfort of our eyes. Dry eyes can cause redness, stinging, a gritty sensation or a…

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Featured Image Distortion

Distorted vision (aka metamorphopsia) makes straight lines appear wavy and objects to appear bent or misshapen. There are many possible causes, such as eye diseases, injury to the eye, eye infection, or inflammation. The underlying causes are usually abnormal vessels that are leaking under the retina, damage to the macula, swelling or any abnormal collection…

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