Corneas are the most anterior transparent part of your eyes, and because of their steep curvature, they are one of the primary refracting eye components. People with keratoconus, however, have irregularly shaped corneas, which become thinner and bulge to a cone-like shape. In the early stages of this eye disease, the patient may experience blurry vision and increased sensitivity to glare and light. Astigmatism and nearsightedness are also indicators of keratoconus.
Archives for October 2018
Over 29 million people in the country live with diabetes, and more than 8 million of them have diabetic retinopathy, one of the leading causes of blindness for adults. Apart from this disease, diabetes can also trigger diabetic macular edema (DME), cataracts and even glaucoma. As part of the Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month, AAPECS Atlantic Eye Care, your reliable eye care center, discusses some of the diabetes-related eye problems and options for their treatment.