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Why The Old Eye Glasses You Give To Charity End Up Helping No One

One of the most exciting things you can see in a LASIK eye clinic is the large bowl displayed in the reception area, where people drop off the spectacles they will never need again. That bowl, overflowing with glasses left behind by previous patients, is a symbol and reminder of the complete freedom of a … Continue reading Why The Old Eye Glasses You Give To Charity End Up Helping No One

Do These 3 Easy `Hand’ Yogas (Mudras) To Heal Eye-Related Problems

Simply put, mudras are yoga of the hands. Certain pre-defined formations made with the fingers and hands have a deep, harmonizing impact in the mind and body, according to Buddhist and Hindu philosophies of wellness and spirituality. (If you look at figurines or paintings of Buddha, you will notice that his hands are always folded … Continue reading Do These 3 Easy `Hand’ Yogas (Mudras) To Heal Eye-Related Problems

Which Is Safer: Traditional vs Bladeless LASIK?

Since its introduction in 2001, LASIK vision correction has grown to become the world’s most popular elective procedure. Part of LASIK’s appeal is its safety and convenience. While complications are rare for all types of LASIK, there are some differences in risk between traditional LASIK and the more high tech bladeless LASIK. But just what … Continue reading Which Is Safer: Traditional vs Bladeless LASIK?

What is Astigmatism, and Can It Be Treated with LASIK?

Astigmatism is a very common eye condition that affects vision. In some cases, it’s so mild that people don’t even notice it and won’t need it corrected. In more severe cases, however, the resulting blurred vision is more noticeable and will require diagnosis and treatment. Astigmatism is often not the most obvious condition, so it’s … Continue reading What is Astigmatism, and Can It Be Treated with LASIK?

Is Monovision Safe?

Monovision is a term that implies seeing with just one eye. However, this isn’t actually the case. It really refers to a method of treatment for an age-related condition, presbyopia. People who suffer from this condition have trouble focusing on close-up objects. By fitting these people with a contact lens in one eye for close … Continue reading Is Monovision Safe?

Punctal Plugs

Artificial Tears vs Punctal Plugs Artificial tears are lubricant eye drops that help to moisten the eyes and alleviate irritation that has occurred by supplementing natural tears. Many people who use contact lenses rely more on the artificial tears to maintain their vision and avoid suffering from dry eyes. There are a variety of different … Continue reading Punctal Plugs