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Can everyone wear contact lens?

Lenses are not only intended to correct eye refraction, but they can also be used for cosmetics purposes such as attending an event such as weddings or to ease outdoor and social activities. So, everyone can also wear a contact lens, but still should get advice on proper care and use from a qualified optometrist.

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Can wearing contact lenses lead to blindness?

Proper use and care of lenses can reduce the risk of eye infections, thereby reducing the risk of blindness. Infections can occur as a result of misuse of contact lenses, such as wearing outdated lenses, using more than the recommended time, using incorrect contact lenses solution, unsafe lenses and so on. If you want to […]

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What are the differences between pinguecula, pterygium and cataract?

Pinguecula and pterygium are growths on your eye’s conjunctiva, the clear covering over the white part of the eye. Pinguecula is a yellowish, raised growth on the conjunctiva. , while pterygium can remain small, or it may grow large enough to become uncomfortable or to interfere with vision. Both pinguecula and pterygium are believed to be caused […]

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Is long-sighted is a disease?

Presbyopia is not a disease. It is a natural aging process of the eye that occurs in the early to mid-40s and above. Presbyopia is a condition where the eye muscles become weak, causing difficulty to focus on close objects. Symptoms of presbyopia include unable to read small texts, holding reading materials at arm’s length, […]

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Is LASIK suitable for everyone?

A person who wants to do LASIK must be at least 18 years old and must meet criteria such as healthy eye condition and stable strength, have an adequate corneal thickness, not very high eye strength and so on. A pregnant woman is not recommended to do LASIK.

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Eating carrots can reduce eye power.

Eating carrots does not reduce hyperopia and myopia. Red radish contains beta-carotene which acts as an anti-oxidant and is a precursor to vitamin A that is essential to eye health. Vitamin A deficiency can cause night vision.

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Wearing glasses can damage your eyes?

Glasses help the eyes focus images correctly on the retina and allow someone to see clearly. Myopia and Hyperopia occur due to the refractive error (the eyeball is too short or too long) and causing the light entering the eye aren’t focused correctly onto the retina. The cornea and the lens help to focus the […]

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