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Can I Correct Astigmatism When I Have Cataract Surgery?

Do you have cataracts? If you need to have your cataracts removed by having cataract surgery, you may also be happy to learn you can correct refractive errors simultaneously. While cataracts and astigmatism are unrelated eye conditions, it doesn’t mean you can’t address them during the same procedure.  The procedure is highly effective and safe… Read The Rest of The Article


What is BlephEx, and is it Right for Me?

Do your eyelids feel inflamed or irritated? Suffering these symptoms can be signs of a condition called blepharitis. Blepharitis can occur if bacteria develops on the eyelid margins, leading to irritation and biofilm on the lids. If you don’t clean your eyelids, it can form bacteria and eventually lead to blepharitis. Biofilm encourages the growth… Read The Rest of The Article


What is Presbyopia, and Can I Treat It?

Have you realized you hold your phone, magazines, or books at a distance to see them clearly? Perhaps you experience headaches, eye fatigue, or eye strain whenever you try to focus on near objects? Have you noticed that you need brighter light to complete tasks? These are all signs of having presbyopia. Presbyopia is an… Read The Rest of The Article


What Makes Pediatric Ophthalmology Important?

Did you know that it takes up to two years for your child’s eyes to develop fully? If your child’s eyes aren’t developing as they should, they may experience vision problems that can impact learning and quality of life. If left untreated, some eye conditions can be irreversible later on in life. That’s why it’s… Read The Rest of The Article


Are Flashes and Floaters Something to Worry About?

Have you ever seen specks or what looks like wavy lines in your field of vision? These are what are known as flashes and floaters. Floaters and flashes are often a regular part of your sight and may not be something you need to worry about. But if you suddenly have more flashes and floaters… Read The Rest of The Article


The Importance of June Being Cataract Awareness Month

Did you know that June is Cataract Awareness Month? Together with Prevent Blindness, the eye doctors at Eye Physicians of Long Beach are dedicated to increasing the awareness of cataracts, including the causes, symptoms, risk factors, and treatment. Presently, cataracts are the number one cause of blindness worldwide. In addition, cataracts are prevalent in older… Read The Rest of The Article


Is An Advanced Technology Lens Implant Like the Vivity IOL Right for Me?

Do you have cataracts? Are you wondering if it may be time to consider having cataract surgery? Before having cataract surgery to remove your cataracts, you and your surgeon need to discuss intraocular lens (IOL) options. An intraocular lens is an artificial lens that takes the place of your natural lens, which becomes cloudy and… Read The Rest of The Article


13 Signs You May Want to Consider LASIK

Are you wondering if LASIK could be right for you? It’s a vision correction procedure that corrects astigmatism, nearsightedness, and farsightedness.  Many patients can eliminate or reduce their need to wear glasses and contacts after having LASIK. Another benefit of this life-changing procedure is you’ll have sharper vision. But, because LASIK is a surgical procedure,… Read The Rest of The Article


Is Dry Eye Seasonal?

If your eyes are constantly red, scratchy, gritty, and irritated, you might be suffering from dry eye syndrome. Having dry eyes is often characterized by tears that are not high quality, or you may start to produce fewer tears. With seasonal changes, things can become complicated, resulting in symptoms that worsen as seasons change. Keep… Read The Rest of The Article


Does Diet Affect Cataract Development?

Cataracts develop naturally with age. They cloud the lens of your eyes, making it opaque and harder to see through. Today, cataracts are the leading cause of blindness worldwide. While there still isn’t a nonsurgical cure for cataracts, studies have revealed that certain foods can help slow this sight-threatening eye disease progression. Some eye doctors… Read The Rest of The Article


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