Posts From August, 2016

Blepharitis

Blepharitis is the accumulation of dead skin cells and oil from glands in our skin. These dandruff-like accumulations causing itching, burning sensations, and red eyes for many patients. These symptoms can sometimes mimic pinkeye.  With blepharitis, bacteria can more easily thrive on the surface of the eyelid. By-products of bacteria further increase irritation. Increased bacterial presence make patients… Read More »


Those pesky floaters. . .

Have you noticed floaters in your vision before? Floaters occur for several reasons. Some people are born with floaters. Throughout fetal development, an artery in the eye dissolves over time. If any remnants of the artery persist after birth, these fragments float in gel in the back of the eyes. These floaters are not concerning,… Read More »


Keratoconus

Keratoconus is the progressive steepening of the cornea, the front layer of the eye. When this happens, patients’ vision decreases. Multiple images, distortion, and a streaking appearance around bright lights commonly frustrate these patients. While this disease is usually diagnosed during adolescence, keratoconus can affect a wide range of ages. A new treatment for keratoconus,… Read More »


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