The Complete Guide to Cataract Surgery
The Complete Guide to Glaucoma
Your Guide to Cosmetic Eye Procedures For a Younger Looking You
Dr. Darin Smith
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While most people worry about the surgery itself, recovering after glaucoma surgery takes a little bit of planning as well. Knowing what to expect following your procedure can help ensure you recover quickly without complications. Fortunately, you can make glaucoma surgery recovery as easy as possible by following your surgeon’s aftercare instructions. Your surgeon’s recovery
Eye exams are just as important as visiting your doctor or dentist. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize that eye exams are about more than updating your eyewear prescription. Dilated eye exams provide eye doctors with a deeper understanding of your vision health, overall health, and steps that need to be taken to protect you. Dilated
Your vision is one of the most important senses that you have. You need to protect it and ensure that it remains strong for as long as possible. Fortunately, protecting your vision is easier than you may think. To get better eye health, start making these simple lifestyle changes. Comprehensive eye exams are a cornerstone
You can live with glaucoma for years without even knowing it. While it can take years for the effects to become noticeable, vision loss due to glaucoma is permanent even with treatment. It’s essential that you start getting comprehensive exams as soon as possible to monitor the progress of the disease and retain what eyesight
Glaucoma is often referred to as the “silent thief of sight,” and for good reason. It slowly damages your optic nerve over time without any symptoms in the early stages before vision loss becomes apparent. There is no cure for glaucoma, which is why early detection and treatment should be your top priority. Eye drops
It’s easy to let things slip when life gets busy. You make sure to get your annual physical and see your dentist regularly, but what about your vision? You may think it’s no big deal, but it’s just as important to get your annual comprehensive eye exam. If you’re not sure if it’s time to
Recently, Dr. Adam Carrera answered patients’ questions about age-related macular degeneration on an Ask Me Anything session that we premiered on our Facebook page! We’ve written down the answers that he provided to your questions so you can reference them at any time.
Cataract surgery recovery can be a manageable process. While some side effects are possible during surgery, most people will only need to wear special sunglasses and use medicated eye drops to prevent complications. For the best results, follow your surgeon’s instructions closely and let them know if you notice any sudden changes in your vision.
Cataract surgery may be the most common form of surgery performed in the United States, but that doesn’t mean that you know exactly what to expect. As with any surgical procedure, being prepared for what’s going to happen is the best way to alleviate any fears that you may have. Your surgeon will decide if
Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness worldwide and your risk increases with age. If you’re at risk of cataracts, what begins as a little spot of cloudiness in your vision will only grow over time. Cataracts interfere with your ability to perform daily tasks and can prevent you from living the active lifestyle you’ve
Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness all over the world. They result in clouded lenses which are easily treated in their early stages and can be treated with surgery if you qualify for the procedure. Despite the fact that they’re so common, it’s still important to understand what can cause cataracts so you know
Glaucoma can have many causes. Some are common knowledge, such as cataracts and complications from high blood pressure or diabetes, but others can be surprising. Different types of eye injuries, OTC or prescription steroids, and eye melanomas can also cause you to develop this dangerous eye disease.
While many people don’t actually mind getting older, many of us do mind the visible signs of aging, which can prompt us to consider cosmetic surgery. Others seek out cosmetic consultations because they want to remove acne scars or correct uneven skin tones. Whatever the reason, Baptist Eye Surgeons offers a variety of cosmetic surgery
The new year brings with it new hopes and new goals. For many people, this involves working on health and wellness goals. This year, make sure to include good habits that support eye health, as well as, overall wellness!
Our bodies naturally change as we get older, including our eyesight. While some changes are common for everyone, others can pose a significant threat to the health of our eyes and vision.