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Education about Comprehensive Eye Examination

In recent times, undetected vision problems are commonly observed in children and can cause disruptions in their school work. This can delay the children's development if not treated properly.

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How To Deal With Eye Infections In Young Children & Toddlers

Paediatric eye infections are a condition that affects a child's vision and can cause pain, redness and discomfort. Commonly caused by the invasion of bacteria, viruses, fungi, or other foreign objects, an eye infection in children can result in severe long-term damage if not treated properly.

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How Often Should You Go for An Eye Examination

When it comes to your health, prevention is always the best medicine – and this rings true for your eye health! As such, it stands to reason why regular visits to your ophthalmologist are imperative when maintaining your vision, regardless of whether you have an eye condition or otherwise.

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3 Essential Hygiene & Cleanliness Tips For Contact Lenses
Upgrading to contact lenses can be incredibly liberating, especially for those who couldn’t quite get used to glasses and their tendency to slide down the nose bridge every couple of minutes. Aside from not having this inconvenience, contact lenses give you a complete field of vision as they move with the eyes. To fully leverage their benefits, it’s imperative that one indulge in taking proper care and handling of their contact lenses. Looking after your contact lenses as instructed by your eye care practitioner in Singapore will help to reduce the risk of developing eye infections. By ..
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All You Need to Know About Presbyopia: Symptoms & Treatment Options
Presbyopia, more commonly known as up-close reading vision loss, is a condition caused by loss of elasticity of the lens of the eye, affecting individuals over the age of 40 in varying degrees. A telltale sign often takes the shape of losing the ability to read and see up-close, prompting the individual to hold their reading materials farther away to see them clearly. Presbyopia Unlike other conditions like myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), or astigmatism, presbyopia is not a visual error caused by unhealthy eye habits – it develops with age. Just like any part..
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All About Glaucoma: Symptoms & Treatment Options In Singapore
Glaucoma refers to an eye disorder that damages the optic nerve. As the second leading cause of blindness after cataracts, it has been estimated that 60.5 million people were diagnosed with primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) and primary angle-angle closure glaucoma (PACG) in 2010 - and this number has increased since.GlaucomaGlaucoma is progressive optic nerve damage characterised by the loss of retinal nerve fibre layers and retinal ganglion cells, which are neurons that receive visual information from photoreceptors. This condition comes in two major types: primary and secondary glaucoma. Bo..
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