“I have Keratoconus and will Never be Able to Fully Enjoy Life” I hear this often from patients diagnosed with Keratoconus. You may find it challenging to watch television and read the fast food board menu or you may find yourself zooming in on your phone, notes, and computer screen. You may not see your […]
Keratoconus: What you always want to know￼
Keratoconus is a condition where the cornea becomes thinner and becomes cone-shaped. This corneal protrusion causes blurry vision as the cornea becomes irregular in shape. It progressed usually in the first three decades of life. Can I drive with keratoconus? It depends on your vision. With mild keratoconus, even without correction, you may still have about […]
Keratoconus Have 20/20 Vision?
It is often disheartening to learn that one has keratoconus. It gives a sort of relief though that finally, you know what is going on. Why your vision keeps on getting worse, and why your vision cannot be improved by glasses anymore. According to the American Optometric Association, keratoconus is a vision disorder that occurs when […]
Prosthetic Contact Lens
And You Thought You Knew How to Clean Your Contact Lens Case! Contact Lens Case Hygiene
We were accustomed to hear other doctors saying, “Just air dry your contact lens case and you are good to go.” Actually there’s more to making your contact lens case virtually bacteria free than just air-drying. I want you to go and check your contact lens case… it should not be brownish, yellowish or have […]