A state of normal vision achieved with no optical correction (6/6 UK 20/20 US).
E (Emmetropia to Eyelid Cancer)
Surgical removal of the eye.
A protein which when builds up on the surface of a contact lens impairs the comfort and vision requiring a specific cleaner to remove. Not a problem with one day lenses.
An overflow of tears spilling on to the cheek. Caused by either a blocked or defective drainage channel found in the lower nasal portion of the lid or an over production of tears.
Where an eye tends to turn inwards.
Where an eye turns inwards while the other functions normally.
A cold high energy laser used in PRK (Photo-refractive Keratotomy) and Lasik (Laser in-situ Keratomileusis) where the central zone of the cornea is altered in curvature to change the overall power of the eye. (more…)
Where the eye tends to turn outwards.
Where one eye turns outwards while the other functions normally.
Surgical removal of the the cloudy lens leaving the back lens intact.
More commonly found in the lower rather than the upper lid.