Cataracts: Causes, Symptoms And Treatment Options
6 March 2015
If you are 40 years of age or older and have been experiencing visual changes such as blurred vision or sensitivity to bright lights, it is important to schedule an eye examination as soon as possible. While these symptoms can signify a variety of eye conditions, they are also telltale symptoms of cataracts, a common condition in aging individuals that is easily treatable, but can lead to severe vision loss if left untreated.
Symptoms Of Vision Problems And Eye Injuries That Warrant An Emergency Eye Exam
2 March 2015
Having problems with your vision can be extremely frightening. Although many eye conditions are only minor and the symptoms are temporary, some vision symptoms may be a sign of a serious eye injury, eye disease or health condition that could affect your entire body. An eye injury, such as minor surface scratches, typically only needs an eye exam and monitoring to ensure an infection doesn't occur. However, some eye injuries, such as a deep puncture wound may require surgery to prevent permanent damage.
How Can I Bounce Back From Facial Plastic Surgery?
26 February 2015
In 2012, there were about 15 million cosmetic procedures performed for patients in the United States. More people than ever are looking for ways to get a little cosmetic work done, and facelifts are among the most popular options. However, always remember that this is an incredibly invasive surgery, so you should be mindful of the healing process that follows. By taking advantage of the healing process in the right manner, you'll be able to not only enjoy the finished product sooner, but will also get back to your regular life without problems.
Persistent Watery Eyes? You Could Have Blocked Or Infected Tear Ducts
24 February 2015
If your eyes are constantly watery, it means that you have too many tears draining from your eyes. While tears have an important job, which is keeping the eyes moist and washing away particles in the eyes, too many leads to persistent tearing. Your eyes are constantly making tears, and the excess usually exits the eye through your tear ducts, a small hole in the corner of each eye. If these ducts are infection or blocked, it can prevent tears from draining and cause your watery eyes.