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Hyperopia – Farsightedness

Hyperopia, or farsightedness, is a common vision problem where those who have this condition can see distant objects clearly, but have difficulty focusing on objects that are close.  This is also referred to as hypermetropia.   Hyperopia is considered a disorder rather than a disease, as it is a refractive…

Published: 2016-07-26Read Article
Glaucoma

Glaucoma is an eye disorder that causes damage to the optic nerve.  Eye pressure is a major indicator of glaucoma, present in most forms of the disease, though it is not always present when glaucoma develops. Abnormally high pressure is referred to as ocular hypertension.  If this condition goes without…

Published: 2016-07-26Read Article
Eye Floaters and Flashes

Eye floaters are the tiny spots or flecks that come into your field of vision.  Although they are annoying, they are relatively common and should not be of much concern.  It is when there is a shower of floaters, or if they are accompanied by a flash of light, that…

Published: 2016-07-26Read Article
Dry Eye

Dry eye occurs when your body does not produce enough tears to provide ample lubrication for your eyes.  It can be extremely uncomfortable, with millions of people suffering from chronic or intermittent dry eye all over the United States. If you have chronic dry eyes you may be suffering from…

Published: 2016-07-26Read Article
Diabetic Eye Disease

Diabetes can change and damage your vision and is the leading cause of blindness in Canada.  The primary disease that diabetes causes is called diabetic retinopathy, though glaucoma and cataracts are also grouped under the “diabetic eye disease” label.  With the rise in cases of diabetes there is also a…

Published: 2016-07-26Read Article

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