Lab Grown Retina is 1 Step Closer
What is Uveitis?
Iritis, or uveitis, refers to intraocular inflammation. Symptoms include pain, redness and sensitivity to light.Read More
Smart Contact Lenses – the future is now
What is Amblyopia?
Amblyopia is also known as “lazy eye.” It is a developmental loss of vision which is often correctable, but with timely treatment.Read More
Don’t Ignore Your Dry Eyes: Dry Eye Complications
Dry eye complications can be avoided with prompt recognition and treatment. Don’t ignore these common symptoms of dry eye.Read More
Gene Therapy for Inherited Eye Diseases
Gene therapy continues to be at the forefront of research that shows promise for curing many inherited eye diseases.Read More
Biosimilars and Generic Drugs
Biosimilars refer to large proteins whereas generic drugs are copy exact molecular structure.Read More
What are Biosimilars?
Biosimilars are large proteins that compare to their biologic counterparrs. They are not the same as generic drugs.Read More
What Causes a Macular Hole?
Macular holes occur in perfectly healthy eyes. Here’s how a retina specialist will fix them.Read More
Face Mask Needed for Eye Injections
Extra safety measures are recommended for face mask wearers during anti-VEGF injections. Wearing a face mask is recommended by the CDC for all adults and children over the age of 2 when going out in public. But for patients receiving anti-VEGF injections, special precautions are recommended during their injections. The recommendation comes after a study…Read More