Macular Hole FAQs
Macular holes are a less common eye condition, only affecting approximately eight people out of every 100,000. If you know or suspect you have a macular hole in your eye, you likely have some questions about the condition and its treatment options. In today’s blog post, we’re answering some [...]
Myopia vs. Hyperopia vs. Presbyopia
Did you know that only 35% of people have perfect (20/20) vision? Unfortunately, that leaves the majority of us with less than perfect vision. And even those lucky enough to enjoy perfect vision now will likely experience some degree of vision impairment with age. Thankfully, corrective measures like glasses, [...]
How to Treat a Scratched Cornea
Corneal scratches, also referred to as corneal abrasions, are among some of the most common eye injuries. While they are not typically serious, it is important to understand the symptoms and treatment of them so that you can know the proper actions to take should you suffer a scratched [...]
Can Cataracts Come Back?
Cataracts are extremely common, affecting over 20 million Americans. In fact, one in five people over the age of 65 will experience cataracts. It makes sense, then, that cataract surgery is one of the most common surgical procedures in the country. Every year, over three million individuals in America will [...]
What is Vitreous Gel?
The eye is a complex organ. Like most of our organs, we tend not to think about our eyes until they are not working as they should or we experience some type of discomfort. But whether we think about it or not, the eye is made of several parts [...]
Can You Get LASIK Twice?
LASIK is a common surgery in the United States, with nearly 600,000 procedures occurring every single year. Statistically, this surgery has an extremely high success rate; nearly 92% of individuals experience 20/40 or better vision following the quick procedure. While the success rate of LASIK is high, many people understandably [...]