RetinoblastomaRetinoblastoma is a rare form of cancer that develops on the Retina, during the early childhood years. The most common sign of Retinoblastoma is the white reflections in the eyes of children's photos. With early diagnosis and treatment this condition can often be cured.
One out of 80 children suffering from a form of eye disease will reflect a white glow in at least one of their eyes when using flash photography. Of those afflicted however, more than 80% can complete a full recovery.
What’s the difference between a glasses prescription and a contact lens prescription? Can one be used to order the other? This post looks at why the two prescriptions are different.
In the age of the daily disposable contact lens, lens wear has become less complicated and more comfortable. But do the old rules apply when it comes to wearing your lenses for swimming?
If you (or your child) has been diagnosed with keratoconus, you know it can be a very stressful time. The fact that this disease is progressive – meaning it gets worse over time – is not what you want to hear about your most precious asset – your eyesight.