Learning About Keratoconus

Learning About Keratoconus

Keratoconus is a degenerative optical condition in which the cornea (the outermost layer of the eyeball) starts to become thinner than normal and eventually results in a cone-like shape. It’s crucial for people to be seen by their eye doctor in Miami when they start...
Learning About Keratitis

Learning About Keratitis

A Miami optometrist sometimes comes across patients who are suffering from a vision problem known as keratitis. Keratitis is an ocular condition where the cornea, or the outermost layer of the eye, becomes inflamed due to damage or an infection. This condition can...
Exploring Ocular Hypertension

Exploring Ocular Hypertension

Hypertension is the medical term that doctors use to describe people who are suffering from high blood pressure. Ocular hypertension is the term that a Miami Beach eye doctor uses to describe patients that are suffering from increased intraocular pressure. Most people...
Exploring Ocular Allergies

Exploring Ocular Allergies

Someone who suffers from regular allergies often deal with ocular allergies as well. Preventing allergic reactions in the body is not the same as preventing them in the eyes, which is why this condition often requires the help of an eye doctor in Miami Beach. Those...
Exploring Nystagmus

Exploring Nystagmus

Miami eye doctors sometimes come across patients who suffer from an optical condition that’s known as nystagmus. What this means is that the patient is suffering from involuntary eye movements that can affect their coordination, balance, and ability to see clearly....
Discovering Myopia

Discovering Myopia

One of the most common vision issues a Miami eye doctor will see is myopia– which is also known as nearsightedness. This is a condition where a person is able to see objects up close, but objects that are far away are hard to distinguish. “Objects that are far...
Discovering Macular Degeneration

Discovering Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration is an optical condition that an eye doctor in Miami sees quite often. This condition is actually the primary reason people 60+ years of age experience vision loss. The reason this happens is because the macula, which is the center portion of a...