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Who cannot wear Contact Lenses?

Who cannot wear contact lenses? Contact lenses are an alternative for eye glasses. It was created more than 100 years ago, it was first made of glass and hard plastic. Nowadays, contact lenses are made of soft plastic, it is a small and thin disc designed so you can place directly on the surface of the eyes (cornea). Often, eye doctors or other professional optometrists prescribe contact lenses for vision problems such shortsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. An optometrist can also prescribe them to treat certain eye conditions and diseases. For instance, people who have had cataract surgery and who have not received a lens implant, also can use special contact lenses. If you’re thinking of getting a contact lenses, there are two thing that you need to do first; Find…

Cataract vision

What is Cataract?

Cataract, what is Cataract? A cataract is a clouding of the lens inside the eye which may result in poor vision. In most cases, cataracts forms as a result of ageing and long-term exposure to ultraviolet light. (more…)

Screening for Cataract
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Children Eye Screening

Children Eye Screening Children Eye Screening According to the American Public Health Association, about 10% of preschoolers have eye or vision problems. However, children this age (more…)

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Cataract gradual visual loss

Cataract is usually a gradual lost of vision is defined as loss of vision which had come gradually over the course of weeks or months rather than minutes, hours or few days. Generally, there are a few factors that may contribute to gradual vision loss such as cataract, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration and etc. (more…)