Aqueous Humor and It’s Role in the Eye

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The aqueous humor is a thin and transparent fluid in the eye that highly resembles plasma fluid. The fluid contains 99.9% water and 0.1% sugars, proteins, vitamins, and other nutrients; aqueous humor fills the anterior and posterior chambers of the eye. However, it shouldn’t be confused with vitreous humor, which occupies the space between the […]

What It’s Like Living With Glaucoma

Living With Glaucoma

If you are among the 3 million Americans diagnosed and living with glaucoma, you should be wary of various measures to slow the progression of this eye condition. Glaucoma is a lifelong condition that compromises your ability to see clearly and impairs your vision. Unfortunately, damage caused by this condition cannot be reversed. However, this […]

The Link Between Diabetes and Glaucoma

Diabetes and Glaucoma

If you have glaucoma, you may experience random blind spots in your vision. You may get regular bouts of sharp pain in the eyes or severe headaches. The condition is caused by excess pressure inside the eyes, and it can cause damage to the optic nerve. Diabetes increases your risk of glaucoma. Understanding Glaucoma Glaucoma […]

Glaucoma: What’s New and What Do I Need to Know

Glaucoma: What’s New

Glaucoma is probably among the most common eye disorders and a leading cause of vision loss and permanent blindness. Unfortunately, unlike other eye problems, there is little known about the presenting symptoms and treatment options for glaucoma. However, with prompt medical intervention, the loss of vision can be slowed or stopped. What is Glaucoma? Generally, […]

Cataract Surgery Recovery: Tips to Minimize Recovery Time

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Cataract surgery recovery is probably one of the main concerns for patients scheduled to undergo phacoemulsification. Cataract surgery is a simple procedure lasting only a few minutes. However, despite being one of the commonly performed eye-related surgeries, most people are still apprehensive about the procedure. Like other eye care problems, you should follow your eye […]

What’s The Difference Between Glaucoma and Cataracts?

As we age, our eyes, like any other part of the body, become susceptible to disease. The most common vision-related problems in older adults are glaucoma and cataracts. In fact, cataracts are the leading cause of blindness worldwide. World Health Organization estimates that cataracts cause 51% of the world’s blindness. About 80 million people globally […]

Are Cataracts Always Visible? Early Signs of Cataracts to Look For

Cataracts are, without a doubt, one of the leading causes of blindness globally. While most people experience cataracts at some point in life, the majority know less about what they are. Cataracts are often associated with a cloudy or white pupil, which might be visible to the naked eye or not. Affected persons may also […]

What is My Perfect Eye Exam Frequency?

Just like dental health, preventive measures toward eye health are overly important. Unfortunately, most people don’t consider the importance of frequent eye exams because they aren’t of senior age or haven’t experienced eye issues. However, you should have regular eye exams even when you have perfect vision or experience eye problems. This is because most […]

Presbyopia Treatment in Monterey Park/ Los Angeles

Presbyopia

Presbyopia is a natural condition of aging, which involves the gradual loss of the ability to focus on near objects. Virtually everyone over the age of 40 is affected with this age-related farsightedness, and need to use glasses for reading and other activities requiring close up vision. Over time, the natural lens of the eye loses […]