Are You At Risk For Glaucoma?

Glaucoma has been called “the silent thief of sight.” It is a complicated disease of the optic nerve in which the nerve damage leads to progressive, irreversible vision loss. There are several different types of glaucoma, two of the most common are primary open angle glaucoma and angle closure glaucoma. Glaucoma generally affects both eyes,

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3 Glaucoma Myths

Most people think that if they research a condition or disease on WebMD they are suddenly an expert in that area. However, these websites will make you believe that just about anything you have is typically a lot more serious than it is— can you say cancer? As one of the most detrimental eye diseases,

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How to Manage Glaucoma

Your genes can say a lot about you. They can dictate your hair color, your skin color, your height, and can even, unfortunately,  impact what diseases you inherit. Although glaucoma can be caused by a variety of different factors, it is largely due to genetics, family history, and aging. In fact, studies have shown that

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Testing for Glaucoma

Glaucoma is an eye condition in which there is too much pressure in the eye causing gradual loss of eyesight. In order for us to diagnose you with glaucoma, we have to run a series of different test because it’s not easy to diagnose in its early stages. But why is it so hard to

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How to Treat Your Glaucoma

Glaucoma is one of the most common eye diseases that we treat patients for here at our office. The tricky thing about glaucoma is that there is currently no cure for it which means that the earlier we detect it, the better. Ironically, a lot of patients don’t have any symptoms of glaucoma in the

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