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Glaucoma

Glaucoma is the second most common cause of preventable blindness.

In 95% of Glaucoma cases, people are completely unaware that they have this condition.

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Astigmatism is a visual condition that is quite common.

Astigmatism usually occurs when the front surface of the eye (cornea) is toric in shape (shaped more like a rugby ball), resulting in unclear focus of the image on the retina (back of the eye). Only moderate to highly astigmatic eyes may need corrective lenses. Symptoms include: People with astigmatism will usually have blurred or distorted vision, and may experience headaches, eye strain, fatigue or blurred vision at certain distances. They may also frown which improves vision slightly. Treatment: Almost all levels of astigmatism can be optically corrected with properly prescribed and fitted spectacles or contact lenses. Contact lenses for astigmatism may be rigid gas permeable, disposable or conventional soft lenses. For spectacle wearers there may be a short adaptation period to adjust to wearing astigmatic lenses.