Amblyopia means that eye is structurally normal but the vision is reduced. It is important to have amblyopia treated early.
What is the amblyopia treatment and is it urgent? The treatment for amblyopia is urgent. It is important to diagnose amblyopia early on in a child's life, the earlier, the better.
What makes a children's eye doctor different from an adult eye doctor? A children's eye doctor needs to have a certain repertoire of skills and most importantly must enjoy working with kids and has to communicate on the level of the children.
Mr Wisam Muen explains how to tell if your child has a squint. It is important to screen your children's eyes early to make sure they don't have a squint.
What is the difference between amblyopia and squint? Squint is when the eye deviates from its original position. Amblyopia is when the one eye has reduced vision.
Mr Wisam Muen explains what can happen if a squint is left untreated. A squint can become worse over time. It is important to treat a squint in children because their vision is developing.
How does squint treatment work? The treatment of squint depends on the underlying cause and this can vary from patient to patient.
The ideal candidate for PRESBYOND is someone who wants to get rid of their glasses because of their social life, hobbies, sports, etc. To find out if a patient is suitable for PRESBYOND, we perform a full examination to make sure the patient doesn't have a cataract or another factor that makes them unsuitable.
What is an astigmatism? An astigmatism is when is the cornea is slightly more curved one way than the other. This causes blurred vision.
What are the options for treating astigmatism? There are several options, but the treatment depends on the underlying cause of astigmatism.