1. The Types of Glaucoma

    Glaucoma is an eye disorder linked to damage to the optic nerve. This nerve is essential for eyesight, as it is directly responsible for carrying information from the eye to the brain. Glaucoma, at first, might not have any symptoms, which is why many don’t know they have it until it is too late. In most cases, Glaucoma has taken affect in the eye to the point that the ocular damage is irreversi…Read More

  2. Bad Contact Lens Habits

    Welcome back! In this sequence of blogs, we have discussed the good and bad habits of contact lenses. We have discussed the proper ways to store and clean your contacts, and how, by taking care of your contacts, you will save yourself money, time, and eye problems later on. In our second blog, we discussed some more good habits and touched upon a few bad ones. In this third and final blog of the s…Read More

  3. What is LASIK?

    More people are turning to LASIK to fix their eyesight — 600,000 a year! Reports have found people are extremely pleased with the procedure as it has the ability to correct myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism of the eye. But what is it? How does it work to correct even the worse symptoms of poor vision? LASIK is an acronym that stands for, laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis. It is a specialty …Read More

  4. The Worst Eye Habits

    Your eyes are some of the most important organs in your entire body—and for obvious reasons. We often don’t appreciate the function of our eyes until we start losing our vision—and more often than not, it’s because we practice a wide variety of poor eye health habits. In this blog, the Alexandria eye doctors at Sina J. Sabet MD will take a look at the worst habits for your eyes, and give y…Read More