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Crossed Eyes in Kids

- Having strabismus ( also known as crossed eyes ) an

ailment in which your two eyes dont track in the same

direction, can cause many problems for children. They

may get picked on at school or have trouble completing

schoolwork. More importantlyuntreated strabismus can

cause permenant vision problems.

What happens when you have

strabismus ?

- Eyes are meant to work together to provide dept perception

( the ability to tell whether an object is close or far away ).

Part of your brain works to put together information

coming in from your eyes to give you this ability.

But if one eyes looks inwards or gazes outwards,

you can lose this ability forever.



something stuck in your eye ?

Have you ever gotten something stuck

in your eye and didn't know what to do

about it?

- Protecting your eyes from injury is extremely

important. And wearing eye protection can go

a long way toward preventing eye cuts, objects

in the eye, blows to the eye, and other dangerous


- But you may not always be able to protect

yourself from eye injuries. In that case, it's

important to know what to do when eye trauma

does occur.


What to do about eye cuts & puncture


- These type of eye injury require the immediate

attention of an eye doctor. If your eye/ eyelid

has been cut / punctured in any way, don't attempt

to wash the eye/ remove anything stuck in the eye.

Here are some more first aid tips for cuts and

punctures in and around the eyes :

*Avoid rubbing the eye or surrounding skin.

* Protect the eye from inadvertent rubbing

by covering the eye with a rigid

*Don't put pressure on the eye while holding

up the protective covering in case there is

a foreign body inside the cut.

*affix in protective covering the eye using

a piece of tape.

* Go to an eye doctor!


How to remove object from the Eye?

Whether it's a gran sand or some other particle,

here are suggestions on what to do and when an

object gets in your eye :

- Don't rub your eye to get the object that is

penetrating or embedded in the eye.

- Allow your tears to flow, it may help get the

object out.

-Try to use eye wash saline to wash

- See an eye doctor.

Get your eye checked up if you've

sustained any eye injury !






Ortho-K overnight lens to correct

Myopia !


What is Ortho-k ?

Orthokeratology ( ortho-k ) is the fitting of specially

designed gas permeable lenses that you wear overnight

while you are asleep, the lenses gently reshape the

front surface of your eye ( cornea ). so you can see

clearly the following day after you remove the

lenses when you wake up.

Ortho-k lenses are also prescribed for two purpose:

- to correct refractive errors

(primarily nearsightedness, but also astigmatism and

hyperopia )

-In some cases, Ortho-k also is used to correct presbyopia

Age-Related Eye Diseases

Age-Related Eye Diseases

- age related diseases and condition an older person's eye.

Since you 40's, you probably noticed that your vision is

changing.Perhaps you need glasses to see up close or you

have trouble adjusting to glare or distinguishing some colors.

These changes are a normal part of aging. But as you age-related

eye disease and conditions. These include : age-realted macular

degenaration,cataract, diabetic eye disease, glaucoma, low

vision and dry eye.

Get a camprehensive delated eye exam.

- Everyone age 50 or older should visit an eye care professional

for comprehensive dulated eye exam.

1. Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

- AMD is a disease associated with aging that gradually

destroy sharp, central vision. Central vision is needed for seeing

objectclearly and for common daily tasks such as reading and


2. Cataract

- A cataract is a clouding of the lens in the eye. Vision with

cataract can appear cloudy or blurry, colors may seem faded

and you may notice a lot of glare.

3. Diabetes Eye diseases

- Diabetes eye diseases is a complication of diabetes and a

leading cause of a diabetes and a leading cause of blindness.

The comman form is diabetic retinopathy which occurs

when diabetes damage the tiny blood vessel inside the retina.

4. Glaucoma

- Glaucoma is a group of disease that can damage the eyes

loss and blindness. It is usually associated with high pressure

in the eye and effects side or peripheral vision.

5. Dry eye

- Dry eye occurs when the eye does not produces tears properly

or when the tears are not of the correct consistency and

evaporate too quickly. Dry eye can make it more difficult to

perform some activities such as using a computer or reading

for an extended period of time.

6. Low vision

- Low vision means that even with regular glases, contact

lenses, medicine or surgery, people find everyday tasks

difficult to do. Reading the mail, shopping, cooking,

seeing the TV and writing can seem challenging.


Soft contact lenses


For those who wear soft contact lens !

 You should be aware that the following problems

may occurs: 

  -Eye stinging, burning, itching (irritation) or eye pain

  -Abnormal feeling of something in the eye ( foreign

   body, scatched eye )

  -Excessive watery ( tearing ) of the eyes.

  -Redness of the eye

  -Blurred vision

  -Sensitivity to light ( Photophobia )

  -Dry eye

If you notice any of the above systoms,

immediately remove your lenses


It is important to remember that some contact lens

related eye infection can cause serious vision loss

even blindness.  

*Eyes are red, painful, swollen and produce discharge.

 If you experience any of these symptoms, stop wear

lens immediately and consult your eye doctor. These

could be sign of a serious problem.


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