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CATARACT SURGERY

OUR SENSE OF SIGHT IS PRECIOUS.

Mostly they’re caused by the normal ageing process, so if you live long enough you will develop cataracts. Early cataracts may not affect your vision, but as time goes on you start to notice changes...

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Diabetic

DIABETIC EYE DISEASE

Diabetic eye disease or diabetic retinopathy, refers to a group of eye problems that can arise as a complication in patients with diabetes.

If you have diabetes it can cause complications that affect your vision. We refer to this group of problems as diabetic eye disease or diabetic retinopathy. This can cause significant and permanent vi...

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DryEye

DRY EYE

Dry eye occurs when the eye does not produce tears properly or when tears evaporate too quickly.

A thin film of tears normally coats your eye and is spread with every blink Dry eye occurs when the eye does not produce tears properly or when tears evaporate too quickly. The symptoms of dry eye in...

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Float

FLOATERS & FLASHES

OUR SENSE OF SIGHT IS PRECIOUS.

Small floating dark shapes and small flashes of light can occur as a normal part of the ageing process. As your eyes age, it’s not unusual to see small dark shapes that seem to float in your field o...

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Glaucoma

GLAUCOMA

Glaucoma is caused by a group of diseases that damage the optic nerve.

Glaucoma is caused by a group of diseases that damage the optic nerve or information cable that carries the information from your eyeball to your brain. It is known as the ‘sneak thief of sight’ b...

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Macular

MACULAR DEGENERATION

The macula is the name given to the area of the retina, or camera film of the eye, responsible for your central vision.

The macula is the name given to the area of the retina, or camera film of the eye, responsible for your central vision. Your central vision is your sharpest or clearest vision, allowing you to see fin...

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The Long and Short of Wet and Dry Age-Related Macular Degeneration

The macula truths One of the most common questions eye practitioners a...

Easter

Easter Bunny special: The myth behind the carrot and your vision

In the Easter spirit, we thought we’d take the time this month to sh...

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EyeTech

THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY

As well as staying up to the minute with the latest research, at KindSIGHT we have invested in the best possible technology to help us examine your eyes and provide the most appropriate treatments. It’s also important to us to be able to show you what’s going on with your eyes. The equipment we use […]...

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Anatomy

How your eyes work

Vision involves two important organs in your body – your eye and your brain. Light enters the front of your eye, is turned into electronic signals at the back of your eye and those signals are interpreted by your brain so you can ‘see’. The way the eye works has been compared to a digital […]...

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Float

Usually, floaters and flashers are annoying but not harmful and treatment is not necessary.

Small floating dark shapes and small flashes of light can occur as a normal part of the ageing process. As your eyes age, it’s not unusual to see small dark shapes that seem to float in your field of vision. These ‘floaters’ are particles in the vitreous (jelly-like) substance that fills your eye. They’re usually […]...

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cataract

Most cataracts are caused by the normal ageing process.

Most cataracts are caused by the normal ageing process, so if you live long enough you will develop cataracts. Eye trauma, smoking, ultraviolet light exposure and some chronic diseases, such as diabetes or medications, may contribute to accelerated cataract formation. EARLY DETECTION Early cataracts may not affect your vision at all, however ...

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Glaucoma

Glaucoma is caused by a group of diseases that damage the optic nerve or information cable that carries the information from your eyeball to your brain.

GLAUCOMA It is known as the ‘sneak thief of sight’ because in many cases it slowly steals away your vision, without causing any symptoms. Usually it damages your peripheral or outside vision first, before moving towards their central vision. The vision field loss is usually permanent or irreversible. Currently there is no eye drop, tablet...

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pterygium

A pterygium is a ‘wing of tissue’ that grows onto the cornea.

A pterygium is a ‘wing of tissue’ that grows onto the cornea.  It is thought to be caused by UV exposure, particularly the amount you received in childhood. A pterygium can affect your vision if they grow large enough to cross the visual axis (centre of the pupil) or if it causes significant astigmatism. (Astigmatism […]...

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