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 […]
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 […]
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.
That may be simply something you are born with. Often it may be associated with hyperlipidemia or aging. In this case normally it is whitish, not yellow or brown. We call it Arcus senilis. In rare cases you may have Wilson’s disease. Read the article to find out common causes having such type of rings […]
Sunshine is comprised of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet light. When integrated, it becomes the white light we see. Each of these has a different energy and wavelength. Rays on the red end have longer wavelengths and less energy. On the other end, blue rays have shorter wavelengths and more energy. Light […]