How Dry Eyes Are Treated with Technology

According to the newly released international Dry Eye Work Shop study II: “Dry eye is a multifactorial disease of the ocular surface characterized by a loss of homeostasis of the tear film, and accompanied by ocular symptoms, in which tear film instability and hyperosmolarity, ocular surface inflammation and damage, and neurosensory abnormalities play etiological roles.”… Read More »

The Benefits of Laser Femto-Cataract Surgery

Believe it or not, cataract surgery is actually one of the oldest surgical procedures in the world; the earliest recorded form of cataract surgery was performed in India in the 3rd century, and it was performed entirely without anesthetic—only alcohol was used! But, it goes without saying that cataract surgery has evolved greatly since then,… Read More »

Choosing the RIGHT Type of Eye Doctor

You’ve noticed your vision isn’t what is used to be and know you should get your eyes checked, but are confused about which type of eye doctor should you be visiting? Did you know that there are 3 different types of eye doctors that you can consult depending on your individual needs? To make it easier for… Read More »

Health In Your 40s

The 40s are an important decade for taking preventative measures to avoid health problems such as diabetes, heart disease and many types of cancer later in life. Recommendations for medical exams, screening procedures and routine tests in your 40s vary depending on your family history, your overall health and your personal risk factors. General Health… Read More »

Health In Your 30s

Generally, the younger you are, the less health problems you have and the more infrequently you’ll need to see your doctor. But in your early thirties, it is good to make an appointment with your family doctor for a general check­-up, as well as with some specialists for more specific issues. They can help you determine how frequently… Read More »