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Cataracts - ED LR
Brochure about what cataracts are, how they affect the eye, and details about treatment.
Dry Eyes and Cataract Surgery
A recent study has shown that taking care of dry eye syndrome before cataract surgery provides patients not only with more comfortable eyes but also better vision after surgery.
UV damage you can’t see, but impacts your vision
While most Canadians recognize the importance of sunscreen to prevent sunburns and skin cancer, many are unaware that UV light can cause serious eye damage.
Blue Light – Is there risk of harm?
The eyes are sensitive to a narrow band of light frequencies called the visible light spectrum. Blue light has the shortest wavelength of the visible light spectrum, and blue rays with the shortest wavelengths have the most energy. Blue light is
Chronic Eye Disease and Lifestyle Factors
Taking measures to prevent and manage chronic conditions is an important part of our overall health, especially when it comes to our eyes.
PowerPoint presentation for the public on cataracts
CJO - Volume 78, Issue 2
RESEARCH My Tattoos Caused My Dry Eye? A New Way To Look at Diagnosis and Treatment for Patients with Tattoo Eyeliner / Mes tatouages ont causé ma sécheresse oculaire?
Charles Bonnet Syndrome
What is Charles Bonnet Syndrome?
What is presbyopia? Presbyopia is a normal aging change in which the crystalline lens of your eye loses its elasticity and flexibility. This results in an inability to focus on close objects.
CJO - Volume 77 Supplement 1 - Les cataractes au Canada
Préparer et guider votre patient, Chirurgie moderne de la cataracte, Lentilles intra oculaires de technologie avancée Considérations médicolégales : choix du patient
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