Eye Care

Crow’s feet: Causes and removal tips

Crow’s feet: Causes and removal tips

Wrinkles that seen radiating from the outer corners of the eyes are called crow’s feet. They are most prominent when you laugh or frown, but become increasingly noticeable as you... Read More

Some Fascinating Facts about Tears

Some Fascinating Facts about Tears

The glands which secret tears (lacrimal glands) are almond-shaped organs located in the upper part of the socket of the eye. They have 5-7 ducts which open on the behind side of the upper eyelid. Tears secreted in the upper eyelid is then spread over the surface of the eye by blinking movement of the eyelids.... Read More

Recurrent Corneal Erosion Syndrome

Recurrent Corneal Erosion Syndrome

A Recurrent Corneal Erosion (RCE) syndrome is a chronic recurring condition, where there is an abnormality in the corneal epithelial basement membrane, resulting in defective adhesion and recurrent breakdown of the corneal... Read More

Corneal Erosion Explained

Corneal Erosion Explained

The cornea is the clear, dome-shaped structure covering the front of the eye. The cornea has 5 layers, the outermost of which is an epithelial layer. Corneal erosion is a condition where the epithelium gets detached from the layers below... Read More

Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)

Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)

Lazy eye medically referred as “amblyopia” is an abnormal loss of vision during early childhood. It often affects one of the eyes and is marked by a loss of depth perception and vision impairment.... Read More