Ad Category: Eye Diseases

Individuals with Alzheimer’s may have a hard time explaining their vision problems to their family or caregiver. To help with this gap in communication, optometrists may use procedures that allow them to collect the required information needed to manage vision problems in patients with Alzheimer’s.
Colour deficiency occurs when your ability to distinguish colours and shades is different than normal.
Keratoconus is a progressive disease affecting the front window of the eye and the cornea.
Low vision is the term used to describe reduced vision that cannot be fully corrected with eyeglasses, contact lenses or eye surgery.
Our eyes need tears to stay healthy and comfortable, and are needed for overall eye health and clear vision.
Ocular melanoma is a type of cancer in the cells that have pigment within the eye. Just as melanoma can develop on the skin, it can also develop inside of the eye.
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