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Cataracts

What Are Cataracts? Cataracts are the result of our body’s natural ageing process. They can present in one or both eyes, clouding our vision and diminishing our ability to see.   Around 40 years old (and onwards) the lens in our eye gradually increases in thickness and decreases in transparency…

Published: 2016-05-18Read Article
Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)

What is Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)? Conjunctivitis occurs as a result of the conjunctiva - the thin, clear tissue that covers the white part of our eyes and lines inside the eyelid - becoming inflamed. Who Can Get Pink Eye? Anyone can contract pink eye. There is an increased likelihood of…

Published: 2016-05-18Read Article
Glaucoma – The Silent Thief of Sight

What is Glaucoma? Glaucoma is complicated, progressive eye disease, often referred to as the “silent thief of sight”. It is characterized by its lack of symptoms until vision damage has already occurred. The fluid inside our eyes, known as aqueous humor, flows out of the eye via a mesh-like channel.…

Published: 2016-05-18Read Article
Eye Floaters & Flashes

Potential Causes of Eye Flashes and Floaters Natural ageing process Eye infection Inflammation of the eye A tear in the retina Recent intraocular (eye) surgery Trauma to your eye or head What Are Eye Floaters and Flashes? Eye Floaters The interior of our eye is mostly filled with a gel-like…

Published: 2016-05-18Read Article
Diabetic Eye Disease

What is Diabetic Eye Disease? Diabetic eye disease refers to a group of eye conditions that affect people with diabetes: diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and

Published: 2016-05-18Read Article