Halloween contact lenses can be scary for your eye health! Decorative contact lenses look cool, but can have serious eye risks if you re not careful. Dr. Nichole Moos talks about the terrifying consequences of not buying from a reputable source and what you should pay attention to when purchasing decorative contact lenses in the latest Ask An Eye Doc video below. Why do we need a prescription from our eye doctor? Aren t all contact lenses the same?
Dr. Frank Fontana better known as Uncle Frank to colleagues and friends is 95. He has worked as an optometrist for 66 years, with no plans to retire. Why? In his words, Because I love my work. Anything else bores me to death. Dr. Fontana graduated from the Illinois College of Optometry in 1949. He was educated through the G.I. bill after serving in the U.S. Army for three years. He started his own practice in 1950 in St.
The FDA is recommending against the use of prophylactic intraocular vancomycin, alone or in a compounded drug combining multiple agents, during cataract surgery due to the risk of hemorrhagic occlusive retinal vasculitis (HORV).[Read More ] Source: Daily Dose of Eye Care
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A major problem with advanced Macular Degeneration is the growth of blood vessels in the eye. These unwanted blood vessels develop in the late stages of Age-Related Macular Degeneration (ARMD), also known as wet ARMD. Dr. Marc Grossman at Natural Eye Care has developed a package of supplements aimed at strengthening the retina and reducing the risk of new blood vessel growth. New blood vessels obscure vision. Wet ARMD patients have few options.