1. Eye Tests
The first and probably most important thing you can do for your eyes, is having regular eye tests with an optician, eye clinic, or ophthalmologist.
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We all know exercise is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle and keeping our bodies fit and well, but did you know exercise can also help keep your eyes healthy too.
Much like learning to walk and talk, babies learn to see over time. While babies are still in the womb, they can tell the difference between light and dark but once they are born and develop, their sight changes and develops too.
Mr Hamada has been invited as a keynote speaker to the European Ophthalmology Congress & Ocular Pharmacology Conference which is held in Rome, Italy in December 2017.
The festive season is now upon us and it is a great time of year, but while most people are preparing themselves for Christmas, hospitals, eye doctors and eye clinics are preparing for a rise in the number of eye injuries at this time of year. The majority of the common eye injuries during Christmas time are avoidable and here we will look at some of these eye injuries and how you can help prevent them and have an eye injury-free festive season.
World Keratoconus Day is a chance to raise extra awareness of the disease and this year falls on 10th November.
Mr Hamada was again invited to attend the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) not just as an attendee but also to give presentations at the congress.
Heterochromia is a condition where the coloured part of the eye (iris) are different colours. There are 3 different types of heterochromia;
Monday 18th September 2017 marks the start of National Eye Health Week which promotes the importance of eye health and having regular sight tests for all. Here at Eye Clinic London we have put together a list of useful tips and advice on how to keep everyone’s eyes, young and old, healthy and in tip top condition.