Retinal Reattachment Redo: Be Aware of Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy

Posted on: 4 November 2015
A detached retina results in permanent visual loss if it is not surgically reattached in a timely manner. While most retinal reattachment procedures are successful, less than ten percent of reattachment procedures require a second retinal reattachment surgery to correct proliferative vitreoretinopathy, a complication that can occur as a result of the eye's healing response. If you are facing surgery to reattach a detatched retina, you should understand how your retina detatched, why there is a small chance that it could happen again and what this complication means.
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How To Make Recovering From Cataract Surgery More Pleasant

Posted on: 15 October 2015
When you've made the decision to have cataract surgery, you may be curious about what the recovery time will be like. Although your first place to go for answers is to talk to your surgeon, there are a few things that you can do to make your recovery a happier process. Plan activities that don't require eyesight For those few hours or even days while you're waiting for your vision to go back to normal, you don't have to sit around with nothing to do.
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Preventing Scratched Lenses On Your Prescription Glasses

Posted on: 29 August 2015
When you wear prescription eyeglasses, you will more than likely wear them a lot. This means you will be wearing them under many different types of conditions. Handling them will become second nature and you can get less and less careful with them as time goes on. However, your lenses can get scratched easier than you may think. Scratched lenses can affect how well you see out your glasses. Following the tips below will help you prevent scratches in your lenses.
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A Guide To The Types Of Contact Lenses

Posted on: 15 July 2015
You may be surprised by all the choices if you're new to contact lenses or just haven't worn them in a while. There are many manufacturers making lenses in a variety of styles and for a variety of eye conditions, which makes it easier to find the lenses that are a perfect fit for you. Knowing your options before your appointment will help you make an informed choice at the eye care center.
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