Eye Floaters

Eye floaters are more common that you may think. They are typically described as specks or cobweb-like images moving around in the line of vision. Some people even report experiencing…

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Astigmatism

In normal, undistorted vision, the cornea of the eye is smooth and equally curved in all directions. With astigmatism, the cornea is "warped", meaning it curves more in one direction…

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Strabismus

If you have strabismus, one eye looks directly at the object you are viewing, while the other eye is misaligned inward (esotropia) outward (exotropia) upward (hypertropia) or downward (hypotropia). Strabismus…

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Color Blindness

Color vision is a complex process beginning with a structure in the eye called the retina. Within the retina are receptor cells called rods and cones. The cone receptors correspond…

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Vision Therapy

Vision therapy is an individualized treatment program prescribed by an optometrist to improve conditions like strabismus (crossed eyes) or amblyopia (lazy eye). Vision therapy helps children learn and reinforce specific…

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