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As the saying goes, eyes are the window to the soul, so it is important to keep them as sharp and clear as possible. Unfortunately, accidents, age or genes can lead to a loss of fu...

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If you're forced to wear glasses or contact lenses to see, you might be a candidate for laser eye surgery. Your physician will guide you through the process, determining whether re...

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A Detroit meteorologist died by suicide after undergoing SMILE surgery, a procedure similar to LASIK. Learn about the link between laser eye surgery and side effects like dry eye a...

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Learn about the procedure of corneal cross-linking, the recovery after this procedure, and what causes an unstable cornea. Johnstone M. Kim, MD, is a board-certified ophthalmologis...

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Corneal cross-linking (CXL) is a relatively non-invasive medical procedure designed to strengthen and stabilize the cornea. By Gary Heiting, OD Corneal cross-linking (CXL) is a rel...

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Strabismus is an eye disorder. It causes your eyes to cross or wander and affects your vision. Learn more about treatment and causes here. Table of Contents Advertisement Strabismu...

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Crossed eyes, also called strabismus, occurs when the eyes appear to be misaligned and point in different directions. Strabismus can occur at any age, but… What can we help you fin...

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Strabismus (crossed eyes) is a failure of the two eyes to maintain proper alignment and work together. Strabismus can be constant or intermittent. By Gary Heiting, OD Strabismus is...

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Explore strabismus, the condition of having crossed-eyes or other visible misalignment of the eyes. Learn about strabismus causes, surgery and treatments. By Gary Heiting, OD Strab...

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After age 40, everyone begins to experience some form of presbyopia, a condition that makes it more difficult to see up close and leads to the need for reading… What can we help yo...