What You Need to Know About a Scratched Cornea

It is not uncommon to have something scratch your eye. You might have scratched your eye with your hand, gotten a small piece of dirt in the eye that scratched the cornea, or done a myriad of other things. Some people think that a scratched eye is nothing to worry about, but it can become very painful and can become dangerous if you are not careful. Here are some things you need to know about caring for a damaged cornea. [Read More]

Seeing An Ophthalmologist Can Reveal Far More About Your Overall Health Than You Think

An eye exam with an ophthalmologist is about a lot more than just your eyes. Did you know that your eyes can give your eye doctor a look at your overall health? Here are a few things your ophthalmologist can tell you about your health just by looking into your eyes. Seeing the Signs in Your Eyes Eye problems, and eye diseases can stem from health issues you're not yet aware of. [Read More]

The Eyes Have It: Avoid Rubbing Your Eyes After Cataract Surgery

The technology used in cataract surgery has improved so much over the past several years that the actual surgery and recovery time do not take much time at all. If you're about to undergo cataract surgery, you will be able to resume your normal routine within a couple of days -- that is, unless you do something like rub your eyes. A crucial part of the recovery process is leaving your eyes alone and letting them -- rubbing your eyes can introduce infection and irritation. [Read More]