Eye Wellness

Eye Wellness

Eye wellness describes a state where our eyes are able to ‘look good, feel good and see well’.

Many factors may affect how your eyes ‘look’ and ‘feel’ despite seemingly good vision. These range from how dry our eyes are to eyelid problems to corneal surface problems. At the same time, good eye nutrition and good reading habits are essential for a healthy state of our eyes.

Dry Eye Treatments

Dry Eye Treatments

Almost everyone will experience dry eyes at some point in their lives, be it due to normal aging process, chronic contact lens wear, after prolonged computer use, post-LASIK procedure or environmental factors such as dry, windy or air-conditioned areas. Treatment of dry eyes depends on the severity and is not limited to only eyedrops. Read More...

Eyelid Wellness

Eyelid Wellness

Most of us don’t realise that how good our eye feels has everything to do with how healthy our eyelids are. Besides protecting our eyes, our eyelids holds a multitude of glands that secrete essential oils into our tears to maintain a proper tear film. Dysfunction of these glands leading to under- or over-production of ... Read More...

Cornea Wellness

Cornea Wellness

Our Cornea is meant to be a clear ‘window’ to our eyes. The clarity of our vision and eye appearance is due to the integrity of our transparent cornea. Any compromise to our cornea will not only affect our vision, but also affect the way our eye looks. This translates to the ‘look’ ... Read More...

Computer Vision Syndrome

Computer Vision Syndrome

Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) or Digital Eye Strain is a real syndrome that occurs due to extended digital screen use. The symptoms include eye strain, headaches, dry eyes, blurred vision and neck pain. It is usually a result of a combination of factors including poor lighting, glare of the digital ... Read More...

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