Keratoconus occurs in the estimated range of 5-20 per thousand people. It warps the corneal tissue on the front of the eye and leads to poor vision and transplants in many cases. Rigid contact lenses have allowed patients with Keratoconus good sight for years. New treatment options are on the horizon.
When You Optometrist Says You Have Astigmatism Don’t Start Planning an Eye Funeral Often patients who have changed to a new optometrist find themselves being alarmed when told they have astigmatism. Frequently it is the first time they are aware of a new eye condition and it is cause for concern. In most cases, their [...]