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What is Macular Degeneration and how to not get it.

Added on 11 February 2017 by Stuart Macfarlane

Macular degeneration (and how to avoid it).Macular degeneration, also known as MD, is a deterioration in the central part of the retina that enables you to see fine detail and is one of the most common causes of low vision in Australia. Although MD will not result in a total "blackā€ blindness, it can certainly result in legal blindness. As the central vision deteriorates, you lose your ability to recognise street signs and f... READ MORE

How to treat a stye.

Added on 21 January 2017 by Stuart Macfarlane

A stye (also known as a hordeolum) is a small pimple like bump on your lid margin and is often tender and red with a head like a pimple. There are two types of styes: the first is an infection of the eyelash follicle and is found along the lid margin. This is called an external stye or an external hordeolum. The second type is called an internal stye or internal hordeolum and is an infection of one of the tear glands foun... READ MORE

What can I do about eyestrain and tired eyes?

Added on 26 December 2016 by Stuart Macfarlane

Do you suffer eyestrain and tired eyes?Do you get tired eyes after work or at the end of the day? Do they get worse after prolonged near works or computer use? Eyestrain,also know as asthenopia, is one of the most common reasons people see an optometrist. It is frequently described as the eyes feel tired, achy, dry/watery, heavy and blurry, sometimes associated with headache. People usually experience it at the end of the day ... READ MORE

Health Fund Benefits: Use them or lose them.

Added on 17 December 2016 by Stuart Macfarlane

Health Fund Benefits: Use them or lose them. You now have less than 2 weeks to use your 2016 health fund optical benefits! This is a good chance for a fresh pair of contact lenses using your private health fund benefits before this year finishes. Provided your order is placed on or before 31st December 2016 you can claim this years rebate. Your shipped lens order will include an invoice which may be presented to your priv... READ MORE

What is the difference between bifocal and multifocal contact lenses?

Added on 23 November 2016 by Stuart Macfarlane

Both bifocal and multifocal contact lenses are generally required by people over the age of 40 and are designed to enable the wearer to see in the distance and near. They are designed to correct presbyopia.There are two main differences behind bifocal and multifocal contact lenses.Bifocal Contact LensesThere are primarily two separate designs of bifocal contact lenses. One is a translating contact lens which is similar to bifo... READ MORE

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