For those of you who are myopic, the thought of opting for laser vision correction might have crossed your minds. To be able to gain back that convenience and joy of clear vision that we once had, truly a dream came true.
As we age, there are many different eye diseases that we are susceptible to contracting. And the eye disease that most if not all elderlies contract is Cataract. With nearly 24,000 surgeries performed in 20041 alone, Singapore is facing an increase of cataract patients over the years. Although there is no specific course of action to prevent the formation of cataract, it is important for us to understand about the disease itself and its symptoms.
Are you suffering from exceptionally high blood sugar levels? You may be one of the many who suffers from diabetes!
Known as the ‘silent thief of sight’, Glaucoma is a serious eye disease that can affect anyone without any prior symptoms and it is known to be one of the leading causes of blindness.
The Clearvision Team went down to schools (SMU, PSB and MDIS) to conduct free eye checks to the students and educates them about laser vision correction.
Dr Tony Ho shares about the different laser vision corrective procedures available in the market and to educate the public which procedure is the most suitable for them!
This article is for those who have been wondering what is presbyopia. Presbyopia is the gradual decline of your eye’s ability to focus on near objects, causing the object to become blur when placed within close proximity to the eye.
In this article, we would be sharing the causes of cataracts that you are probably not aware. Although symptoms of cataracts may seem visible to the naked eye, only a certified eye doctor can make diagnosis when it comes to cataracts.
Ask a myopic person what could his poor sight have been attributed to, and they probably admit to having inadequate eye care. Prevention is always better than cure but if you are already suffering from myopia or know someone who has this condition when you are reading this article, it is indeed timely.
This article is meant for those who are suspecting that they are suffering from cataracts. There is a common conception that a sign of cataract would be a visible, and almost white cloud on the surface of the eyeball.