Patients and their families are often concerned about driving when diagnosed with or while suffering from age-related macular degeneration. While driving isn’t always out of the question, the patient’s visual function, desire for independence, and requirement for safety must all be evaluated on a regular…
During your recent eye exam your optometrist may have mentioned that they can see a few drusen at the back of your eye. This article will help you understand what drusen are and why it is important to closely monitor your eyesight from now on.  …
Lutein is a nutrient that is often recommended for eye health. However, recent science has shown that Lutein on its own is not enough to rebuild the protective macular pigment at the back of the eye.
Have you ever wondered why you might struggle to see at night, read in dim light, or drive at night? Or perhaps can never find that pair of black socks in a darkly coloured drawer? This is most likely due to the impacts of poor…
The older we get the more important it becomes to maintain our eye health.
What are Dry and Wet Age-related Macular Degeneration
Have you ever wondered about vision loss and how it can occur? Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is an eye disease that effects many people over the age of 50.
can diet and exercise affect your eyesight?
Learn how your diet and lifestyle can help protect your eyesight against age related conditions such as Age-related Macular Degeneration.
When it comes to our eyes we have all heard a number of myths. So what are the myths and what are the facts?
Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is an age-related eye illness that can damage your vision.