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Dry Eye Treatments in New Smyrna Beach

New Treatment Options for Dry Eyes

Dry Eye Treatments in New Smyrna Beach New Medical Options For many Floridians dry eye syndrome (DES) is a serious condition that affects the quality of life for many but there are some new advanced treatments that are available. For most mild cases you may only require a humidifier or occasional eyedrops. With greater dry eye symptoms and severity your eye doctor may recommend supplemental nutrients, temporary or ongoing anti-inflammatory drops, or occlusion of your tear drainage canals to help

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Glaucoma Surgery in New Smyrna

Can Exercise Help with Glaucoma?

Alternative Treatments to Glaucoma Surgery in New Smyrna Does exercise really work on patients with glaucoma? As the science is continuing to unfold, many questions still remain. But a combination of evidence-based recommendations and common sense can go a long way when talking with glaucoma patients about exercise. Aerobic Exercise: Definitely Without a doubt, aerobic exercise helps with overall good health. As for glaucoma, Robert Ritch, MD, at New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai in New York

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Eye Care Provider in Edgewater

Eye Problems & Diseases – Styes

Eye Care Provider in Edgewater – A stye develops when an eyelid gland at the base of an eyelash becomes infected. Resembling a pimple on the eyelid, a stye can grow on the inside or outside of the lid and can occur at any age. While styes are not harmful to vision if they persist you should schedule a comprehensive eye exam for additional consultation with your eye doctor. A stye initially brings pain, redness, tenderness and swelling in the

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Eye Doctor in Port Orange

What are Floaters and Flashes?

As we age, many people experience strange “phantom” objects in their eyes that come and go. A visit to the Eye Doctor in Port Orange will help diagnose the issue and in many cases it’s simply floaters in the eye. What are Floaters? Floaters look like small specks, dots, circles, lines or cobwebs in your field of vision. While they seem to be in front of your eye, they are floating inside. Floaters are tiny clumps of gel or cells

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