How to Get Rid of a Chalazion

how to get rid of chalazion on eyelid

Treatments for chalazion and styes are similar; however a chalazion might take longer to recover. Here are the best methods to accelerate the healing procedure for chalazion.

Updated: November 13, 2018 — 4:02 pm

What Causes Protein Buildup on Contacts and How to Prevent It

These solutions often come with a special case for you to place your lenses in while you clean them.

What Causes Protein Buildup on Contacts and Related Complications The eyes’ natural production of tears triggers protein build-up on your contact lenses. Though it is not always harmful in the short-term for a build-up to build up, you need to make sure that additional protein is getting frequently wiped for a range of health factors.

Updated: October 31, 2018 — 4:10 am

Carotid-Cavernous Fistulas

Carotid-Cavernous Fistulas

The potentially sight-robbing vascular irregularity referred to as the carotid-cavernous sinus fistula (CCF) can masquerade as conjunctivitis or other typical ocular conditions, which decreases the opportunity for a quick medical diagnosis. However, treatment success rates for these fistulas now approach 100 percent when the repair work is carried out early by knowledgeable specialists. Contemporary endoscopic […]

Updated: October 31, 2018 — 5:19 am

Salzmann’s Nodular Degeneration

Salzmann's Nodules

Salzmann’s nodular degeneration is unusual, yet potentially sight-threatening condition that may require surgery.

Updated: October 14, 2018 — 9:48 am

Protein Buildup on Contacts

A separate protein solution is available for use monthly or upon indication.

You rely on your contact lenses to offer crystal clear vision that you can use daily. However, contacts require cautious upkeep to avoid protein accumulation. Proteins are naturally discovered in your tears and can bind to your contacts. You might discover the protein deposits on your contacts as a thin haze on the lenses. While […]

Updated: October 14, 2018 — 8:22 am

Multifocal Lens Patient Reviews

Multifocal Lens

How multifocal IOLs with lower add powers might be better to patients than higher-add lenses. Astronomers sometimes describe the area in our solar system occupied by the Earth as the “Goldilocks Zone”: Its range from the Sun makes it neither too hot nor too cold to support liquid water; but instead, it’s ideal. Cataract surgeons are […]

Updated: October 9, 2018 — 9:27 am

How to Get Rid of Eye Floaters Fast

Eye floaters and treatment

Eye floaters are spots, weblike lines, or rings that move through your field of view. They may frequently look like black or gray specks that wander as you move your eyes or when trying to take a look at them straight. Though they appear like things in front of your eyes, eye floaters are in […]

Updated: October 8, 2018 — 3:38 pm

Over-the-counter Eye Drops for Flash Burn

Flash burn in boy's eye

A flash burn is a painful inflammation of the cornea, which is the clear tissue that covers the front of the eye. A flash burn happens when you are exposed to bright ultraviolet (UV) light. It can be brought on by all kinds of UV light; however welding torches are the most common source. That’s […]

Updated: October 8, 2018 — 11:13 am

How to Undilate Eyes

Dilated eye - needed undilate

Dilating the pupils of the eyes helps an ophthalmologist see the internal structures, consisting of the lens, optic nerve, blood vessels, and retina. Dilation involves the use of individual eye drops that either stimulate contraction of the muscles surrounding the pupil and relaxes the muscles so that they open.

Updated: October 7, 2018 — 4:02 pm

Excessive Eye Boogers

Boogers are mostly made up of that mucus, though it also contains some water, oil, and skin cells

A person’s eyes produce mucus or pus known as rheum that leaves behind what are informally called eye boogers. When mucus dries in the eyes, it can leave behind this sludgy compound. Some people describe it as having “sleep” in the eyes.

Updated: October 7, 2018 — 1:31 pm
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