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Everything You Need to Know About Keratoconus

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What is Keratoconus? The clear, dome-shaped surface of the eye is called the cornea. Keratoconus is a progressive disease and occurs when the cornea begins to thin and bulge outward into a cone shape. Keratoconus can cause multiple vision problems, such as blurred vision and sensitivity to light. It is usually initially found in teenagers […]

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The Science Behind Dry Eyes

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Everyone has likely experienced dry eyes at some point in their life. Everyday factors like a long day of work or windy weather can leave our eyes feeling less than ideal, but this feeling should be temporary. Chronic dry eye, however, is a condition that affects your eyes constantly. While constant dry eye is frustrating, […]

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