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Approximately 50% of the world’s population requires some form of vision correction. In 1993, it was estimated that 50 million people worldwide choose to wear contact lenses as the primary means of obtaining clear vision.

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What are Floaters?

The small specks, ”bugs” shapes or clouds that you sometimes may see moving in your field of vision are called FLOATERS. They are frequently visible when looking at a plain background, such as a blank wall or blue sky.

These visual phenomena have been described for centuries; the ancient Romans called them “muscae volitantes” or “flying flies” since they can appear like small flies moving around in the air. Floaters are actually tiny densities or clumps of gel or cellular debris within the vitreous, the clear jelly-like fluid that fills the inside cavity of the eye behind the Lens.

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Since 2002, Gulf Eye Center’s highly qualified ophthalmologists and optometrists/ OD’s have been successfully treating a wide range of eye conditions using advanced techniques.

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Cataracts

Blurred vision, double vision, glares and halos can make the most enjoyable activities difficult.

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Ortho-K

Orthokeratology allows the user to be free of glasses or contact lenses during the day by the use of night time hard lenses

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Children Myopia Control

 

Many children are losing their vision due to excessive “screen time”. Ortho-K lenses can radically reduce or even halt the progression of myopia.

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LASIK is a quick and painless surgical procedure that corrects the shape of the cornea.

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