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Guide to Eye Conditions

  • Today's technology allows people with Low Vision to lead fulfilling lives
  • Optometrists can slow down or even stop your myopia from worsening
  • Glaucoma is known as the 'Silent Thief of Sight'
  • Diabetes can be first detected in the eye, even before any other signs

  • Eye Conditions

    Have you been told you have an eye disease or need eye surgery? There are 4 main eye diseases, and many others than can impact your vision. The good news - early detection can ensure you maintain clear sight and enjoy years of good eye health.
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  • Glaucoma Guide

    Glaucoma affects over 15% of all adults and causes permanent vision loss, known as 'Tunnel Vision'. Early diagnosis can lower your risk of vision loss and help you maintain your crisp sharp vision for life.
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  • Guide to Diabetes and the Eyes

    Diabetes the fastest growing medical condition in the western world. This condition impacts your blood vessels and in particular can cause vision loss and permanent ocular scarring. If detected early, you can enjoy a life of clear vision and good eye health.
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  • Macular Degeneration Guide

    Have you ben told you have Macular Degeneration (AMD), the most common eye condition worldwide? There are 2 types: Dry and Wet - each has its own cause and treatment but their treatments are very different. Understanding AMD will allow you the best outcome of keeping eye health and sharp vision.
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  • Guide to Cataracts

    Cataracts are the most frequently performed eye surgery worldwide. Knowing what to look for will allow you to seek eye care and start your journey to clearer vision.
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  • Guide to Blurry Vision and Headaches

    Did you know blurry vision and headaches could be a sign of a serious sight-threatening eye condition. Any time you experience these simultaneously seek medical help. Knowing how to identify an eye emergency is vital to receiving medical care quickly.
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  • Guide to Dry Eye

    Do suffer with dry eyes? There are a range of very successful treatment now available that can offer you significant relief from your symptoms. The key is receiving the right diagnosis and appropriate advice from your eye doctor.
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