Our young ones mean the world to us and we always want them to be in good health! The moment a child opens their eyes from birth, they begin to take in all their surroundings and try to make sense of it all. Their vision and the developmental phase of processing what is around […]
What is the relationship? Our eyes, when teamed together with the brain, are the gateway to processing our surroundings and helps us to make accurate judgments on depth, distance, and size-all of which are important to an individual for them to function safely and properly through their daily-life. When someone experiences a concussion or […]
Contact lenses are convenient, comfortable and effective. However, certain eye conditions can make one’s eyes incompatible with regular contact lenses. One common disorder that can prevent the use of contact lens use is keratoconus.
Brain Surgery and Vision Problems This post is very personal as I have a sibling, Emily, who just had brain surgery a few weeks ago to remove a malformation in her brain stem. The neurosurgeon, Dr. Michael Lawton in Phoenix, was extremely skilled but this is a very sensitive area to have surgery. The surgery […]
The transparent, dome-like structure covering the front part of your eyes is known as the cornea. Its main function is to accurately bend light rays toward your retina. Delicate and tiny protein fibers hold your cornea in place. When they weaken, your cornea may slowly thin and bulge out, resulting in a condition called keratoconus.