The two terms “pterygium” and “pinguecula” describe similar changes to the eye. Both “”pterygium” and “pinguecula” are extremely common and most often affect patients who have frequent exposure to (more…)
When vision becomes significantly worse due to an opacity within the natural lens of the eye, it is called a cataract (Click here to learn more about cataracts). Once a cataract has been formed it does not get better on its own or with medications. (more…)
Just about everyone will get cataracts if they have enough birthdays. What most people don’t realize is that there is more than one type of cataract and that they can be caused by more than just getting older.