iStent Technology To Treat Your Glaucoma Imagine a world in which you wake up in the morning, open your eyes and see nothing. A world enveloped by darkness. This is the world in which roughly 39 million people worldwide live in, due to blindness. While some are born this way, many develop eye diseases that […]
Anterior Segment OCT: A Head On Approach To Traditional OCT Technology has always been an important aspect of the eye care field. The more technology advances, the easier it is for doctors to view, analyze and assess the condition of the eye. This means that concerns are found sooner which makes it easier to diagnose […]
OCT Angiography: Detects Retinal Disease Before It’s Too Late What if your doctor could detect abnormalities in your retina before they became problematic without using an intravenous fluorescein dye? Think it sounds too good to be true? Think again. Thanks to optical coherence tomography angiography, or OCT angiography, doctors can now visualize some of the […]
So which is better — flaxseed oil or fish oil? All About Vision helps sort this issue in their article found here.
We all know how important it is to protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful UV rays- but not many patients know about the harmful effects of Blue Light Rays. In its natural form, your body uses blue light to regulate your natural sleep and wake cycles. Blue light also helps boost your alertness, heighten […]
Do you suffer from dry eye? Are you a part time contact lens wearer? Do you wish that you could wear your contact lenses more comfortably for more hours per day? Do you have allergies to contact lens solution or seasonal allergies? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you may be […]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Carim Eye and Retina family, like many of you, has been touched by colleagues and family members who have battled or are currently battling breast cancer. Breast cancer is a disease that can affect the eyes on different levels. If someone has metastatic breast cancer, lesions can be […]
Posted on: Oct 27 2015