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 […]
Category: Vision Improvement
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.
Numerous eye care patients think that they are not candidates for LASIK because they have high prescriptions. In the past, this was a genuine problem – LASIK in its early years was not well equipped to assist those with significantly restricted vision. Nevertheless, as technology has actually improved, this restriction has been overcome. With modern-day […]
Myopia is the medical term name given to nearsightedness. Nearsightedness is the condition where a person is not able to see things clearly that are far away. It is thought about as a refractive type of error in the eye. The focus of remote things falls in front of the retina, rather than on the […]
Most people don’t know that contact lenses can be bifocal, trifocal, and even progressive. However it’s true: New multifocal contacts are being designed each year for people with presbyopia, a natural condition caused by age, where the eye’s natural lens stiffens and loses the ability to concentrate on close things.
Nearsightedness or short sightedness is a condition that lots of people will experience during their lifetime. The failure to focus on items far is due to weakened vision that is often a result of the natural aging process of your body. Likewise known as myopia, nearsightedness is usually rectified with a variety of different techniques.