Lazy Eyes or (Amblyopia)

Lazy eye or amblyopia is a disturbance of eyesight in children, because the brain and eyes are not well connected, resulting in decreased vision. The presence of lazy eyes in the child will cause the quality or focus of the vision produced by the two different eyes. In effect, the brain will only translate the vision of a good eye and ignore the vision of the eye that is experiencing interference (lazy eye). If not handled properly, lazy eyes may suffer blindness. Lazy eyes generally occur from birth to age 7 years. In some rare cases, the disease can affect […]

Dry Eye Disease

Dry eye disease is a condition in which the eyes do not get adequate lubrication from tears. This condition prevents the eye from removing dust or foreign objects that irritate the eye. As a result, the eyes feel very uncomfortable. In healthy eyes, the cornea will continue to flow through the tears as the eyes flicker, to nourish the corneal cells and protect the cornea from the outside. Tears are a compound of fat, water, mucus, and more than 1500 proteins that keep the surface of the eye smooth and protected from the surrounding environment, irritating elements, or germs that […]

Eye Cancer

Eye cancer is a disease in which cells in the surrounding eye or tissue organs grow rapidly, uncontrolled, malignant, and can spread to other parts or organs of the body. As it grows and spreads, the cancerous cells may damage the surrounding normal cells. Eye cancer is a rare disease. Eye cancer can occur in three main parts of the eye, i.e. eyeballs (globe), Orbita (the tissues surrounding the eyeball), and eye accessories (eyebrows, tear glands, and eyelids). Eye cancer can be derived from eye cells as well as from cancer in organs or other body parts that spread to […]