How To Get Rid Of Red Eyelids

Have you ever expe­ri­enced a sore eye­lid or dry, itchy eye­lids that didn’t go away after warm com­press­es, show­er­ing, or care­ful­ly wash­ing the area? If so, you aren’t alone. This con­di­tion, called ble­phar­i­tis, is one of the most com­mon rea­sons besides

5 Causes of Dilated Pupils: What Is Mydriasis?

Most of the time, our eyes show a nor­mal pupil size. Patients under­stand that pupil dila­tion (when pupils become larg­er) occurs in low light and will shrink in bright light. Pupils will return to their nor­mal size in time and with­out treat­ment. But,

July 11th, 2019|Eye health|

Vision Changes During Pregnancy

Preg­nant women expect a lot of changes, but few are aware that preg­nan­cy can alter their vision. Only about 15% of women expe­ri­ence notable vision change dur­ing preg­nan­cy. How­ev­er, if you or your part­ner are preg­nant or plan­ning a preg­nan­cy, it’s goo

June 20th, 2019|Preg­nan­cy|

How and When to Use Warm Eye Compress

It’s spring and there’s one prob­lem we know our patients will men­tion to us: dry, itchy eyes from all the pollen here in the Tri-State and Atlanta regions. We suf­fer from the pollen, too, and we’re eye­care pro­fes­sion­als! Before you reach for eye­drops

May 20th, 2019|Eye Care, Eye health|

Blurry and Cloudy Vision — Causes and Treatment

Vision loss comes in a cou­ple of ways, includ­ing blur­ring and cloudy vision, which, med­ical­ly speak­ing, are not nec­es­sar­i­ly the same thing. Why You Have Blur­ry or Cloudy Vision and How to Treat It? Blur­ry vision occurs when vision los­es its sharp­ness

May 11th, 2019|Eye dis­ease|

Itchy Eyes — Causes and Treatment

Every­one gets itchy eyes at some point. Indoor and out­door aller­gies, wear­ing con­tact lens­es, or bac­te­r­i­al or viral infec­tions are going to make your eyes itch. Here’s how you can take care of this before it caus­es seri­ous dam­age. Aller­gies Are the P

April 20th, 2019|Eye Care|

What is Eye Miosis? — Causes and Treatment

Eye mio­sis occurs when the pupil in the eye shrinks and doesn’t re-enlarge. Nor­mal­ly, pupil size dilates (enlarges) and shrinks in reac­tion to light and some­times, strong emo­tions. Pupils dilate in dim light to allow more light in and shrink down to

April 12th, 2019|Eye health|

5 Signs You Need to Start Wearing Glasses

If you spend a lot of time in front of a com­put­er, you may have noticed prob­lems such as eye­strain, blurred vision, or headaches. These can be signs you need glass­es. If one of your par­ents wears glass­es, the chances are high­er that you will need the

March 21st, 2019|Eye health|
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