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Understanding Keratoconus: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

Introduction Our eyes are precious windows to the world, allowing us to experience the beauty and wonders that surround us. However, for some individuals, a condition known as keratoconus can impair their vision and quality of life. Keratoconus is a progressive eye disorder that affects the cornea, causing it to become thin and bulge into a cone-like shape. In this blog, we will delve into the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for keratoconus, shedding light on this often misunderstood condition. Understanding Keratoconus cornea is the clear, dome-shaped surface that covers the front of the eye, responsible for refracting light and focusing it onto the retina. In a healthy eye, the cornea maintains its round shape, but in keratoconus, it progressively thins and weakens, causing it to bulge outward in a…

Cataract Surgery : Finding Best Eye Care Solutions

Cataract, commonly called Motiya Bindu, is predominantly a disease of old age. With passing age, the normal lens in the eye loses its transparency and becomes opaque. Cataract mainly causes blurriness of Vision. Once you are diagnosed with a cataract, your ophthalmologist needs to monitor your vision regularly. Depending on the severity of your vision loss, you may be able to delay a cataract surgery for a while, but eventually, surgery may be inevitable, and your eye doctor will advise you to go for cataract surgery In today's era of modern technology, cataract surgery is aimed at achieving not only a spectacle-free vision but also superior visual quality. Cataract surgery is a painless procedure which is done as a daycare procedure and doesn’t require injection, an eye pad or an…

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Glaucoma – “The Silent Thief of Sight”

According to the latest statistics - 3 people out of every 100 elderly people aged 30 to 60 are likely to have this eye disease. But what is glaucoma? Just like we have blood pressure. We have something called eye pressure. Glaucoma happens when increased pressure inside the eye causes damage to the optic nerve which connects your eye to your brain. If the pressure remains high constantly the optic nerve gets damaged leading to vision loss that is irreversible. The optic nerve once damaged cannot be repaired or regenerated. To make matters worse, the vast majority of patients suffering from this disease are completely unaware of having it. A small percentage of people may experience heaviness or pain but a vast majority of them may never experience any symptoms…