Having a serious eye disease can be unsettling. If your eyes have recently worsened, you may need to consider surgery. Diseases like glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic eye disease can pose a danger to your eyesight if left untreated. Your first step should always be scheduling an eye examination. During your exam, ask your ophthalmologist what they recommend for your eye care. Not every case of eye disease ends in eye surgery; it should be a last resort.
Have you ever experienced a horrible headache that caused you to lose your vision temporarily? If this is the case, you may have experienced an ocular migraine. Migraines are no fun and can be scary when you lose your vision. In most cases, these migraines can impair your ability to function. Medical Arts Eye Clinic is here to help you learn what ocular migraines are, what causes them, and how you can prevent them:
Eye color is one of the most fascinating things about the human body. No two eyes look exactly the same and there are several different classifications of the possible colors. Understanding your eye color can help you take pride in it as well as spark interest in other eye colors. It is important to note that each eye color is the result of a specific gene code made just for you and perfectly unique.
If for some reason you are dissatisfied with the color of your eyes and wish you could have another one, there is hope in the form of cosmetic colored contact lenses! At Medical Arts and Eye, we can assist you with finding your best match.
It is well known that the colder months can cause our skin to dry out. With most of the moisture being gone from the air, it commonly gets sucked out of our skin, hair, and even eyes. Having dryness in your eyes can cause strain, discomfort, and irritation during the cold winter months. Here are our tips on how to prevent dry eyes and soothe this discomfort during the winter.