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July 14, 2014

Vision Screenings can fail to identify eye problems one in three cases.

Why our Kids Need Eye Exams, Even If They’ve Passed a Vision Screening. Vision screenings can fail to identify one in three cases. Don’t be lulled into a false sense of security. There is a big difference between a quick vision screening and a comprehensive diagnostic eye...

Keratoconnus – Don’t Rub your Eyes

Keratoconnus is a disorder of the corneas of the eyes.  One can describe it as uncontrollable and unpredictable  astigmatism. Normal corneas have round or oval shaped corneas.  Keratoconnic corneas have a cone shape, and with the help of gravity, progressively continue to thin...

Retinoblastoma – Spot the white glow

The potential signs of Retinoblastoma is a white glow in one or both pupils. Retinoblastoma is a  type of cancer, although rare is a common form of cancer that affects a child’s eye. It usually affects children under the age of six. Most children who have this medical condition...

Hollehorst plaques How an Eye Exam Can Save your Life.

How an Eye Exam Can Save your Life. Hollenhorst plaques are white, Cholesterol plaques found in retinal (eye) blood vessels. They often cause a phenomenon, Amaurosis Fugax, which is a transient monocular loss of vision lasting from seconds to minutes. Many describe it as a...