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Treating Open-Angle Glaucoma

Your eye’s retina has specialized cells called ganglion cells. They are the only cells that communicate with your brain to help you see. Losing ganglion cells weakens the optic nerve and can lead to glaucoma. Over 90 percent of glaucoma cases in the United States are open-angle glaucoma, which progressively affects your vision from the side before impairing

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Corneal Treatments

Corneal Treatments Available To Help With Corneal Disease

According to Vision Health Initiative, approximately 12 million people in the United States over the age of 40 have some type of visual impairment. Corneal disease, in particular, can result in severe scarring, clouding, and distortion. As this disease progresses, it can lead to blindness. This makes it essential for individuals dealing with this condition to

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