Eye surgery

The eye is made up of a number of features such as the Iris, pupil cornea and optic nerve that help it function as a unit. Ophthalmology is a branch of the medicine that deals with the Anatomy, Physiology and Diseases of the eye.
The leading causes of visual impairment are primarily age-related eye diseases including cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration.
Main types of eye surgery are:
Lasik eye surgery, is a permanently changes the shape of the cornea (the clear covering of the front eye), this is done to improve vision and reduces a person’s need for glasses or contact lens. Lasik uses an ultraviolet laser to remove a small amount of corneal tissue, this gives the cornea a new shape so the light rays are focused clearly on the retina, Lasik causes to be thinner.

 

 

Tips to maintain eye health

Wearing sunglasses: Sunglasses have an important role in protecting against ultraviolet rays as they block them by 99 to 100 percent, delay the occurrence of cataract and prevent damage to the retina, and they also protect the delicate eyelid skin to prevent both wrinkles and skin cancer around the eyes. .

Smoking cessation: Smoking is directly linked to many eye problems and diseases, including age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Studies show that current smokers and ex-smokers are more likely to develop age-related macular degeneration disease than people who have never smoked.

Proper nutrition: A lack of vitamins can affect retinal function. As our mothers have always told us that eating carrots improves vision, but not carrots alone but rather a variety of vegetables, especially leafy greens, they should be an important part of your diet.

Be careful of eye fatigue: If you spend a lot of time at the computer or stare at your phone for a long time, you can easily not forget about blinking, which has an important role in moisturizing the eye, and forgetting this may damage your eyes and cause dry eyes.

Regular examination by an ophthalmologist: Adults who do not have signs or risk factors for eye diseases should undergo a basic examination for eye diseases at the age of forty, which is the time when early signs of the disease and changes in vision may begin to appear, and anyone who has symptoms or Family history of eye disease, diabetes, or high blood pressure. Visit an ophthalmologist periodically.