Friday, September 16th, 2022
Cataract surgery is one of the most common and most straightforward surgeries practiced worldwide, but that doesn’t mean complications and side effects don’t occur. In fact, they’re more common than you might think. Read on to learn about the causes of blurred vision after cataract surgery. Normal Swelling One of the most common reasons you … Continue reading The Causes of Blurred Vision After Cataract Surgery
Friday, August 26th, 2022
Your eye is a precious organ with many more delicate details working behind the scenes to allow you to see. Sadly, sometimes these pieces can become faulty and hurt your vision. For example, if you have high eye pressure, the nerve connecting your eye to your brain becomes damaged, known as glaucoma. It is a … Continue reading What Patients Can Expect After Glaucoma Surgery
Monday, August 15th, 2022
Food is incredibly diverse. Some foods contain vitamins and nutrients that can help the body, whereas others are full of unhealthy fats. To maintain a healthy body, keeping your diet varied but full of those vitamin- and nutrient-dense foods is essential. Read on to learn why a healthy diet is important for maintaining your … Continue reading How Does Diet Affect Eye Health & Vision?
Friday, July 29th, 2022
The eye is a small part of the body, but it is infinitely complex, and scientists and researchers continue to learn more about it every year. Ophthalmologic researchers take their knowledge of the eye and use various tools and equipment to conduct tests and studies to collect data, learning more about how the eye operates … Continue reading Must-Have Ophthalmic Equipment for Modern Labs
Wednesday, July 20th, 2022
During cataract surgery, ophthalmologists remove the cataract that has clouded the patient’s eye and replace it with an intraocular lens. It is one of the most common surgeries performed today, but unfortunately, following the surgery, some patients have developed endophthalmitis, an infection that affects eye tissues and fluids. Read on to learn about five risk … Continue reading 5 Risk Factors for Endophthalmitis After Cataract Surgery
Thursday, July 7th, 2022
Technology is constantly developing. Additionally, as more technological developments come forward, it makes advancements even easier. As a result, each industry is rife for change and technical improvement, including ophthalmology. Read on to learn more about how AI and robotics are changing eye surgery. Precision and Accuracy Surgery thrives on precision and accuracy, as without … Continue reading How AI and Robotics Are Changing Eye Surgery
Thursday, June 23rd, 2022
The eyes are vital body parts, but they are also susceptible to disease. One of those diseases is glaucoma, and while it is not as harmful as some other eye disorders, it is still problematic nonetheless. Unfortunately, glaucoma still has some significant challenges when doctors try to treat it today.
Friday, June 10th, 2022
The eyes are essential parts of the body, but unfortunately, many issues that hamper their functionality can develop over time. On top of this, some genetic issues can cause problems known as inherited retinal diseases (IRDs). Here are five different types of inherited retinal diseases.
Friday, May 27th, 2022
The body is a machine, and it has many different moving parts that work together. For example, the organs are supplied with blood and keep the body functioning; bones give the body structure; muscles keep the body moving. Through all of this, the body needs energy, which comes in the form of food. Sadly, some … Continue reading These 5 Foods Are Ruining Your Eye Health
Tuesday, May 10th, 2022
Ophthalmology is a field that will always be developing, embracing new technology and scientific studies to refine practices and treatments. 2022 appears to be an excellent year for the practice, as there are many trends and developments, and ophthalmologists need to be aware of them. Here are five trends in ophthalmology to watch in 2022.