TEN 02.03.2023 Monthly News

7. Treatment for Diabetic Retinopathy. Diabetic retinopathy is known to affect your eyes with different eye conditions. In the early stages of diabetic retinopathy, treatment may not be needed because eyesight is normal. With the help of treatment, it can help prevent and delay eye damage from diabetes. Laser treatment, vitrectomy surgery, and medication are the most common method in treating diabetic retinopathy.⁣ → Link

6. This Optical Illusion Will Show You If You Have Curvature Blindness. Everyone enjoys a good optical illusion, and this newly found perception trick has us rethinking our perceptions of the world. Examine the lines in the illustration above. What kinds of lines do you think you are seeing? Are they hard, angular zigzags or gentle, curving waves? Do you notice only one type or both? → Link

5. Top 10 Sunglasses Trends Loved by Celebrities. Do you want to acquire the most fashionable celebrity sunglasses? We have compiled a list of the top ten celebrity-endorsed sunglasses trends for this summer. → Link

4. How the “Better One, Better Two” Test Plays a Role in Getting an Eyeglass Prescription. People who have been in an eye doctor are probably familiar with the machine with knobs and dials. Not many know what the machine is called but it is a phoropter. Many people will look for something more modern such as a laser scanning device because it looks vintage but it is one of the most accurate tests used when prescribing eyeglasses. → Link

3. What to Do With Ripped Contact Lenses? It is inevitable for contact lens users to have ripped contact lenses. You will arrive at a point in your life where you will accidentally rip a contact lens no matter how careful you are. If you have a ripped contact lens on your hands, the first thing to do is throw them away. Never wear a torn contact lens as ophthalmologists emphasize. → Link

2. Is It Possible for LASIK to Fix My Scars From Contact Lenses? Many people use contact lenses as an alternative to using eyeglasses. They prefer it to glasses because it looks natural and no hassle with the frame. There is an innate risk when using contact lenses than standard glasses. → Link

1. LASIK: Refractive Eye Surgery. LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) is a laser outpatient procedure that is usually performed to treat nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. The Greek words for “cornea” and “to carve” constructs the term “keratomileusis”. The surgery allows for the proper focus of light rays onto the retina, at the back of the eye, by reshaping the cornea. The cornea is the clear round dome situated at the front of the eye that is meticulously reshaped with laser technology. → Link

Related Posts

Revolutionizing Eye Health: Emerging Technologies and Treatments for Optimal Vision

In the ever-evolving landscape of eye health, groundbreaking technologies and innovative treatments are reshaping the...

TEN 01.02.2023 Monthly News

7. PRK: Refractive Eye Surgery. Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) was the first laser refractive eye surgery...
closeup of inflammed eye

TEN 12.01.2023 Monthly News

7. Behçet’s Disease: Blood Vessel Inflammation. Many people are not familiar with this type of...