Double vision is often a sign of cataracts, but not always. Here’s when double vision might lead to a cataract diagnosis, when it might be something else entirely, and what to expect if you do need cataract surgery.
Do you suffer from persistent headaches or migraines? There’s a new treatment in town for headaches, and it might come as a surprise to you. It turns out that Botox® could be the answer to headache relief.
Cataract surgery can sound frightening, as with any procedure on your eyes. However, surgery for cataracts is nothing to be afraid of and has a very high success rate. Learn more and feel confident before your procedure.
Cataracts are one of the leading causes of blindness around the globe. While many people think of cataracts as an age-related eye disease, it can affect younger people as well, meaning vigilance is necessary.
Are you considering LASIK eye surgery to correct your vision, but feel unsure about making your move due to concerns over recovery time? Here’s what you need to know about recovering from LASIK recovery.
Black spots that sit or float around your field of vision may simply be a sign of aging, or they could be a symptom of a more serious specific medical problem. In any case, your condition is likely treatable.
While Botox® can eliminate dynamic wrinkles, collagen fillers may be necessary for deep grooves that are left behind when your skin loses volume. Here’s how this type of filler can help you look younger.
It’s rather well-known that Type 2 diabetes involves sugar, insulin, body weight and exercise (or lack thereof). But not as many people know of the dire consequences of unmanaged diabetes, such as amputation and blindness.
Are you seeing stars? While you may brush off vision disturbances as a minor nuisance, a sudden onset of dark spots or light flashes in your vision could signal a problem with your eyes. Learn about eye floaters and when to seek treatment.
Are you tired of wearing glasses or dealing with contacts? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could wake up and, you know, just see normally? With LASIK or LASEK, you can — it’s just a matter of determining which procedure is right for you.
Botox® is responsible for never-aging Hollywood celebrities and shows like “Botched” on the E! television network. However, Botox has a slew of lesser-known uses and benefits — like treating these eight eye conditions.
Tired of drooping eyelids impairing your vision or making your face look tired and cranky? Well, you’ll be delighted to know that the rewards of eyelid surgery are equally functional and aesthetic. Here are four big benefits of blepharoplasty.
Are you tired of sitting down to read a book and realizing you forgot your reading glasses? Conductive keratoplasty can ensure you don’t have to get up from your comfy spot to search for reading glasses ever again.
Have you ever experienced a random speck that bolts across your line of sight? Maybe you brushed it off as a small bug or piece of fuzz. If you often see specks like that, you may be seeing eye floaters, which can signal a medical complication.
Pregnancy is a miraculous time, but it can unfortunately cause health issues for moms-to-be. One common health condition during pregnancy is gestational diabetes, which can affect your eye health and vision if left untreated.
Do you suffer from an ongoing eye twitch or facial tic? Botox® treats a variety of eye and facial conditions by relaxing muscles and reducing nerve impulses. Read on to find out why Botox is more than just a cosmetic treatment.
Your eyes are an important part of your appearance, and you want them to look gorgeous, especially during the holidays. Putting on eyeliner takes time, requires a steady hand, and it can smear in the winter weather. Learn about permanent eyeliner!
LASIK eye surgery can give you freedom from having to wear glasses or contact lenses. This procedure has been around for more than 20 years, yet many myths still surround it. Learn the facts about LASIK.
Did you know macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss in Americans over 50? While no cure exists, you can take steps to prevent your chances of developing macular degeneration as you age. Read on to learn more.
Have you started to notice that your vision is cloudy or foggy? If so, you may have cataracts. These protein deposits can make it difficult to see. Read on to learn more about these protein deposits, prevention, and treatment.
Are floaters in your vision a nuisance for you? More importantly, could their presence go beyond a nuisance? Find out what they could be telling you about your overall health, what causes them, and how you can get rid of them.
Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure that improves the appearance of your eyes by removing excess saggy, baggy, or droopy eyelid skin. Follow these five tips to speed your recovery after eyelid surgery.
Did you know that glaucoma can lead to irreversible damage to your vision even if you don’t have symptoms? The only way to stop this silent thief from robbing you of your sight is to have routine eye exams.
You may be happy with what you see in the mirror — until you focus on your eyes. While the rest of your skin looks great, your eyelids are droopy, making you look older than your years. That’s when it’s time for blepharoplasty, or eyelid surgery.
Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.