Most common eye conditions.
Some are minor and will go away on their own, or
are easy to treat at home, but other condition’s
will need a specialist’s care.
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Maybe you’ve already experienced the annoyance of dry eyes. Perhaps it feels a bit like sandpaper as you forcefully open and close your eyes? But, did you know that the stickiness under your eyelids isn’t the only symptom that you might experience if suffering from this common issue?
A hordeolum, also known as “stye”, is an infection of the oil gland located
at the eyelid margin. It looks like a pimple or a lump filled with pus on the
eyelid margin.Stye or hordeolum is caused by a bacterial staphylococcus
Also known as conjunctivitis, happens when the conjunctiva, a
thin transparent layer covering the white portion of your eye
ball is irritated by an infection or due to some allergy. Pink eye
can be very contagious (easily spread from person to person
COMPUTER VISION SYNDROME
Computer vision syndrome or digital eye strain in a group of eye and vision
related problems associated with prolonged use of digital screens like
computer, laptops, tablets, mobile phones, etc.
CHALAZION / LID SWELLING
A chalazion is a small lid swelling or a lump that develops over
a period of time due to the blockage of an oil gland in the
eyelid. Usually a small, tender and swollen area on your eyelid
when it begins. It is commonly confused with a stye or an
hordulem, which is more painful, caused by an infection and
only on a lid margin unlike the chalazion.
Ocular or eye allergies are the reaction of the eyes which are sensitive to
allergens or other eye irritants. Eye allergies, or allergic conjunctivitis, is
one of the most common eye surface disease.