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Blog List

Symptoms and Treating a Corneal Abrasion

A corneal abrasion is the name given to a scratch or scrape that occurs on the clear, front part of the eye called the cornea. In most instances, they occur as a result of trauma/injury affecting the surface of the eye – such as scratching the eye with your fingernail, getting an abrasive substance such as grit or sand in the eye and rubbing them, or being poked in the eye by something. Some patients can suffer from what is known as a recurrent corneal abrasion which is where the eye keeps being affected. This normally affects people who have suffered a previous injury to the cornea.


Testing for Eye Allergies

One of the biggest challenges of eye allergies is determining exactly what is causing them. This is where testing for eye allergies comes in, and more specifically, a revolutionary new approach to identifying the triggers of ocular allergic reactions - AllerFocus.  Here’s what you need to know about eye allergies, testing, and treatment.


Specialty Contact Lenses for Keratoconus

If you suffer from mild to moderate keratoconus, specialty contact lenses for keratoconus can help.


Preventing Dry Eyes

Most people experience dry eye symptoms at some point in their lives. If you’re now at that point, you want to know how to prevent dry eyes, so you don’t suffer from symptoms such as stinging, scratching, and burning. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to prevent dry eyes from becoming a long-term problem.


It seems that the current catch word in our society is “disruptor”. Amazon is disrupting many businesses. Malls sit empty as consumers sit at home ordering over the internet and having their products magically appear at their door in days or even hours.