After cataract surgery, there are various options for the type of implanted lens you can have. We asked expert ophthalmologist, Mr Kaykhosrov Manuchehri, if once the new lens implant is in the eye, can it be adjusted or changed?
Glaucoma is a progressive condition affecting the eyes, which, if left untreated, can cause the patient to lose their sight. Can you have glaucoma without realising it? And could titanium eye stents be a solution? Expert ophthalmologist Mr Imran Masood has the answers.
Blepharitis is a condition which manifests as dry, burning, scratchy, red, and itchy eyes. The eyelids can become sore and you may experience a gritty feeling in your eyes. Who is affected by blepharitis and what causes it? Expert ophthalmologist Mr Myer Mark Yodaiken explains.
A lazy eye is a common problem that usually starts during childhood. However, there is some confusion among the general public as to what a lazy eye means. Expert ophthalmologist Mr Saurabh Jain is here to clear up any doubts as he explains the difference between two conditions: amblyopia and strabismus.
A lazy eye (known by the medical term “amblyopia”) is a relatively common condition. It is thought to affect about 4% of people. It tends to manifest in childhood and can reduce the child’s vision in one eye. Expert ophthalmologist Mr Saurabh Jain explains what causes a lazy eye and how it can be treated.
A chalazion or meibomian cyst is a type of swelling that affects the eyelid. As with anything that affects the eye, such as swelling can be worrying, especially if it hardens. What causes a chalazion and why do they harden? Expert ophthalmologist Miss Vickie Lee explains.
Keratoconus is a condition that affects the front part of the eye, causing it to bulge outwards in an irregular cone shape and results in blurry vision. Being diagnosed with an eye condition that you may not have heard of before can be pretty scary. We've asked one of our top ophthalmologists Dr CT Pillai to explain just how serious it is.
Conjunctivitis, commonly known as pink eye is inflammation of the conjunctiva. This is the clear thin tissue that covers the white part of the eye. It’s quite common in young kids. Leading consultant ophthalmic surgeon Mr Saurabh Jain is here to talk about conjunctivitis, in particular, infectious conjunctivitis and when to take your child to a paediatric ophthalmologist.
We can all get puffy eyes from time to time. However, when it becomes a long-term problem or affects your vision, it’s time to consult a specialist. Expert ophthalmologist Miss Vickie Lee explains what causes puffy eyes and how to get rid of them.