• 10 JAN 17
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    The Future is Bright for the Treatment of Glaucoma

    Glaucoma is a complicated eye disease that damages the optic nerve and leads to progressive, irreversible vision loss. According to the Glaucoma Research Foundation, it is the second leading cause of blindness in the United States. It’s estimated that more than 3 million Americans have glaucoma but only half of those know it. Everyone isRead more →
    • 21 JUN 17
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    The 4 Eye Diseases That Can Lead to Blindness

    It may seem like a horrible question, but if someone asked which is worse, losing your eyesight, hearing, memory, speech, or a limb, what would you say? A majority of people think that losing one’s eyesight is the worst possible health outcome, according to a study conducted by the Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns HopkinsRead more →
    • 28 NOV 16
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    Thankful for our patients and the ability to help restore sight-
    reflections on years in practice

    Welcome to our blog. We are excited about its launch and the opportunity to talk about the issues and scientific advances that are important to those suffering with low vision. Many of our patients- the majority really- have been told, “I’m sorry, nothing more can be done to improve your sight.” We don’t accept that.Read more →
    • 19 DEC 16
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    Safety in the dark and cold depends upon great lighting.

    Winter brings ice, snow and long periods of darkness that pose significant hazards to those living with low vision. Icy patches and uneven walking surfaces make for treacherous walking and create more than ample opportunity to trip, slip and fall. Short winter days require longer use of artificial lighting and the shadows they cast canRead more →