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Cataracts Surgery Patient Wears Protective Eye Shield

Cataracts Surgery: Five Simple Tips to Help Your Recovery Go Well

Cataracts are quite a common vision problem in England, with over 330,000 cases treated every year. Although cataracts are usually not painful, they do tend to progress quickly and lead to vision loss. Fortunately, the technology used in laser eye surgery has advanced rapidly over the last decade, making cataracts surgery a highly effective and safe procedure. The success rate of cataract surgery is quite high and there is no chance for a relapse in the eye that has undergone the procedure.

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4 Ways Diabetes Can Affect Your Eyes


Diabetes is a condition that is caused when blood sugar levels within the body becomes too high and can affect people of all ages. There are various side-effects of having diabetes and it is a condition that should be taken seriously and monitored closely.

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Middle-aged patient undergoes an eye exam at a trusted eye clinic

Harley Street Eye Clinic Shares 3 Tips to Relieve Dry Eyes Symptoms

Dry eyes may not sound particularly menacing when compared to other eye conditions such as glaucoma or cataracts. However, dry eyes can pose various issues if left ignored for too long. Over time, dry eye syndrome can increase the risk of long-term damage to the eye. Dry eyes can also increase the risk of styes, conjunctivitis, and other infections. If your eyes are feeling dry or gritty, you can easily visit a trusted Harley Street eye clinic for a check-up. A reputable eye clinic can easily conduct an eye exam and/or Schirmer tests to help diagnose if you have dry eye syndrome.


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Keep an Eye Out for Conditions That Could Cause Secondary Glaucoma

What Is Glaucoma? By Mr Gok Ratnarajan


Glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness in the world. It is caused by high pressure inside the eye which leads to damage of the optic nerve that connects your eye to the visual centre in the brain.

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