A cataract is cloudiness of the lens (the normally clear structure in your eye which focuses the light). They can develop in one or both eyes.
The cloudiness can become worse over time, causing vision to become increasingly blurry, hazy or cloudy.
Most cataracts develop with age, although rarely babies are born with cataracts or children develop them while they are still young.Read More
An incision in the cornea, a major step torwards a carefree life without glasses. LASIK is a highly advanced, painless procedure combining conventional ocular surgery with state of the art excimer laser surgery technology , allowing for the correction of myopia (short-sightedness), hypermetropia (far-sightedness)astigmatism, and presbyopia (reading problems).Read More
Laser Blended Vision (LBV) is the way of treating presbyopic patients that aims to achieve clear sight at all distances: near, intermediate and far.Read More
Glaucoma is a term that describes a group of eye conditions that affect vision. Glaucoma often affects both eyes, usually in varying degrees. One eye may develop glaucoma quicker than the other.Read More
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a painless eye condition that generally leads to the gradual loss of central vision but can sometimes cause a rapid reduction in visionRead More