Amblyopia happens when one eye is used less than the other from birth to 7 years of age.
A chalazion is a common condition in which a small lump or cyst develops in your eyelid due to a blocked oil gland.
Glaucoma is the name given to a group of eye conditions in which the optic nerve is damaged where it leaves the eye.
Paediatric ophthalmology is a subspecialty of ophthalmology that concentrates on treating the various eye problems affecting children.
There are different types of refractive surgery done nowadays.
Astigmatism is a common and treatable eye condition which causes irregular focus.
Cornea is the transparent outermost layer of the human eye.
Hypermetropia is when people cannot see clearly close up without glasses or contact lenses.
Presbyopia causes a loss of reading vision due to age.
Squint [Strabismus] is a condition in which there is a misalign¬ment of the eyes. In other words, the two eyes are pointed in different directions.
A cataract is clouding or opacity of the lens inside the eye. It causes gradual blurring of vision and often glare.
Many diabetics – particularly those with poor diabetic control which results in too-high blood sugar levels over long periods of time.
Myopia (short sight)
Myopia is when people cannot see clearly in the distance without glasses or contact lenses.
Retina is the innermost layer of the eye and is light sensitive in nature. When we see an object, the light rays pass through the lens in our eyes and fall on the retina.
Vision Therapy is also known as vision training, is to used to improve vision skills.