Blogs for Vision Improvement
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Contoura Vision Pune - Best lasik in pune
Contoura® Vision is a type of bladeless LASIK procedure that ensures your recovery period is optimised and post-op symptoms are minimised. It is a laser vision correction system. When you choose a Contoura® Vision procedure, you’re choosing a laser eye surgery that’s calibrated at the highest level of accuracy and personalization. At our hospital we perform contoura vision lasik surgery in Pune for all eligible patients.
Reviewed by Dr. Aditya Raut • Aug 26, 2023
Can I do some eye exercises to reduce my number
Well, there are no scientifically proven evidences to reduce the power of your eye by doing some eye exercises.
The power of eye ,medically termed as refractive error depends upon the anatomical structure of your eye
I.e the length of your eye ,curvature of cornea and lens
So by doing any eye exercises you cannot change the anatomical structure of your eye.
Reviewed by Monika Pallan • Jun 10, 2023
Lazy eye - 5 year old child
Amblyopia, commonly known as "lazy eye," is a prevalent vision disorder affecting children worldwide. It typically develops during early childhood and, if left untreated, can lead to long-term visual impairments. This article aims to shed light on amblyopia, its causes, symptoms, and available treatment options, with a focus on 5-year-old children.
Reviewed by Dr. Aditya Raut • Jun 10, 2023
Which IOL should I choose for my cataract surgery?
Cataract is a condition in which the clear and transparent natural lens located inside the eye becomes cloudy or opaque. At the time of cataract surgery this cloudy natural lens is removed and replaced with an artificial IntraOcular Lens or IOL. Cataract surgery not only improves the vision but also opens up the possibility of reducing dependency on glasses. There are various types of IOLs available with different properties. There are 2 basic types if IOLs : Monofocal Premium
Reviewed by Dr. Chaitanya Bhargav • Jun 08, 2023
Will I be normal after retina injection
It is only normal to be anxious about your first eye injection, why am I saying so because as the condition for which the injection is given usually is recurring one, if not all at least most of them do. So what happens after receiving injection in your eye for any retina disorder? Usually the procedure is pain free but slight pain should be expected. A patch will be put on your injected eye which can be removed as soon as you reach a safe environment like your home. You will be given antibiotic eye drop to be instilled in your eye for a week or so. You will be asked to avoid head bath for a day or two so that direct entry of unsterile water is prevented after which you can resume normal routine. Now about the vision part you have to understand the disease from your treating doctor so that the visual improvement from injection can be known before.
Reviewed by Romit Salian • Mar 27, 2023
Improving Peripheral Vision: Tips and Techniques
Peripheral vision is the ability to see objects and movement outside of your direct line of sight. It's crucial for many everyday activities, such as driving, sports, and navigating crowded spaces. While your central vision provides the sharpest and most detailed image, peripheral vision allows you to be aware of your surroundings and react to potential dangers.
Reviewed by Dr. Aditya Raut • Mar 14, 2023