How to Take Good Care of Your Eyes in Winter
eye care in winter

Your eyes form an important part of your body. So, good eye care is essential for healthy vision. Hence, give your eyes extra care during the winter season to prevent infections, dry eyes, etc. Just be a little warm with them 🙂  During the winter season, the cold air and low humidity cause damage to […]

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Do eye exercise help improve your vision?
eye exercise

Eye exercise help you in daily life. Their importance remains as much as your regular exercises. They help improve your vision in certain cases, helping your eyes perform efficiently, improving the blood circulation, strengthening weak eye muscles and in eye muscle toning. Toning helps you achieve the sharpest vision possible and even reduce eye strain. […]

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What is a Crossed Eye or Strabismus?
Crossed Eye or Strabismus

Strabismus or crossed eye is a condition where the eyes don’t look at the same place at the same time. This happens due to poor eye muscle control or farsightedness. This condition usually starts in infants by the age of three.  Proper eye alignment is very essential for depth perception, avoiding double vision and preventing […]

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What is Entropion and Ectropion?
Entropion and Ectropion

Entropion and Ectropion are conditions that affect your eyelids. To begin with, in Entropion, the eyelids turn inwards, causing it to rub against your cornea. Whereas, in Ectropion, your eyelids turn outwards and, thus, do not touch your eyes. Hence, your eyes remain more exposed to dust particles, bacteria, etc., in the air. Entropion usually […]

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Small Incision Lenticule Extraction

Small Incision Lenticule Extraction is the second generation ReLEx Femtosecond lenticule extraction technology developed by Carl Zeiss. It is a laser refractive surgery procedure which treats astigmatism and correct myopia. In short, it is popularly termed SMILE.  Millions of people around the world have issues with refractive errors. However, new technologies, beginning with LASIK, have […]

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What are the Leading causes of Pterygium?
Symptoms of pterygium

Pterygium is a condition of the human eye where the tissue of the conjunctiva grows onto the cornea in a roughly triangular shape. It appears pinkish and starts on the cornea near the nose. So, if it isn’t treated early, it may cover the entire cornea causing visual impairment.  It is present more among the […]

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What are the Reasons for itchy eyes?
reasons for etchy eyes

Itchy eyes are quite common throughout all seasons. It can be irritating if not addressed well. And rubbing the eyes can make it worse.  Itchy eyes come from numerous factors that include allergies, infections, pollutants in the environment and other conditions that affect the eyes. Even a cat sitting near you or pollen from the […]

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Introducing our new Technolas 217P Excimer Laser Machine
217P Eexcimer Laser Machine

Maxivision Eye Hospitals have always been at the forefront of introducing the latest eyecare technologies. While introducing them, our eye specialists always remain up-to-date on using these new technologies too. One of our latest eyecare technology additions is the Technolas 217P Excimer Laser machine.  This machine is used to treat refractive errors such as Myopia, […]

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Eye Care Guidelines Following Retinal Detachment Surgery
Retinal Detachment Surgery

Retinal Detachment is a condition in which the backside of the retina splits away from the eyeball’s intact layers. It happens due to extreme myopia, eye injuries and other reasons. To understand this, let us take a look at the retina. What is the Retina? The Retina is a screen in the innermost layer of […]

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How can I get rid of Glasses?
How can I get rid of glasses?

There are several procedures to get rid of glasses called Refractive Surgeries. But, usually, these are classified as cosmetic procedures. Are they cosmetic or curative? Let’s take a simple example of a person using high-powered glasses. The first thing that he does after getting up is to look around for his glasses. If he has […]

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