Bacteria can easily settle in your eyes if you swim while wearing contacts. Their presence can result in eye infections, irritation and even corneal ulcer.
The cornea is the clear structure covering the outer part of your eye. It’s normally shaped like a ball or a dome. However, structural problems may cause it to bulge outward and form into a cone – a condition known as keratoconus.
The month of December is the time for gift-giving, and toys are often a huge part of many shopping lists. While these bring joy to children, the need to ensure the safety of their eyes is paramount, especially when they play with them. There are various hazards in toys that may put children at risk […]
As parents, caretakers or guardians, there are lots of things you can do for the complete well-being of your child. Apart from providing them with shelter, guidance and care, it’s also important to pay attention to their visual health. In line with Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month, here are some tips to ensure that […]
As you reach your 40s, you may start noticing changes in your body. Climbing a flight of stairs or carrying a box full of stuff may not be as easy as it looks. Your eyesight may not also be as sharp as it once was.
Your retina has a small spot near its center, referred to as the macula, that helps you see the objects in front of you. Over time, it may become damaged, causing it to gradually lose its functions, resulting in a condition known as age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Many individuals have better face recognition than name retention, which is why creating a good impression matters. Your eyes, in particular, draw attention to your face. If you’re wearing eyeglasses, we recommend choosing a pair that enhances your facial contour, making your eyes stand out. Let Guilford Eye Center share four tips for picking the […]