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General Glaucoma Questions and Answers

Glaucoma can affect people of all age groups, but the most common glaucoma presentation (what we referred to as primary open angle glaucoma) tends to occur in people of older age. And it is also this group that is vulnerable to COVID-19, and leaving home to come to the clinic can be challenging as well as daunting. Despite a protective and strict protocol set forth and followed by all medical staff at the clinic, some people nevertheless don’t want to gamble to come to the clinic. Therefore, the purpose of my blog is to discuss with everyone the general topics on glaucoma, ranging from the cause of monitoring and to treatment. With a better understanding of the disease, one can make a better decision about when to follow up in the clinic. Today, I just want to start out this blog with some general questions and answers. 


Signs and Symptoms of Cataracts

Cataracts result from the natural aging process. Eye lenses that were initially clear start to cloud over and become harder and more rigid. For people with this condition, seeing through their cloudy lenses is like looking through a fogged-up or frosty window. This makes it difficult for them to see people’s expressions, drive at night, or read.


Signs & Treating Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a disease of the eye that causes damage to your optic nerve. It is caused by a buildup of pressure inside your eye that ends up damaging your optic nerve. The most common glaucoma happens when the pressure is too high for too long. Glaucoma is hereditary, but one would not usually get it until later in life. If glaucoma worsens, it may cause total blindness within a few years. However, glaucoma can be treated if detected early through regular eye exams conducted by your eye doctor. The two types of glaucoma are open-angle glaucoma and closed-angle glaucoma.


Importance of UV Protection for the Eyes

Protecting your eyes should be a priority, yet many people are unaware of the dangers of UV exposure. Here’s what you need to know about why UV protection is so important and how you can protect your eyes. 


Stopping the Progression of Keratoconus with Cross-Linking

There is one treatment that is considered more successful than any other and this is known as collagen cross-linking. We are the #1 provider for cross-linking for stopping the progression of keratoconus in CA. Here’s what you need to know about keratoconus and how cross-linking can halt its progression and enable you to enjoy a clear, concise vision. 


Types of Refractive Eye Surgeries

If you are thinking about having refractive surgery, you and your eye doctor can talk about what you need and determine the appropriate option for you. Here are the types of refractive eye surgeries that exist:


Taking Care of Eye Care Needs Through Telemedicine

Due to the continuous, fast spread of COVID-19, a lot of eye specialists are now switching to virtual consultations. In fact, if you need medical and eye surgery in Sacramento, you can get in touch with Sacramento Eye Consultants. Our board-certified, fellowship-trained eye surgeons have the expertise to assist with your eye care needs. We can also help with glaucoma treatment, cataract surgery, or corneal transplant. Remote care is now available to accommodate you without an in-person visit.


Getting Refractive Cataract Surgery

Farsightedness, nearsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia are classified as refractive errors in one’s eyesight. Ophthalmologists usually recommend refractive cataract surgery to correct any of these errors. They even suggest that you get Acrysof PanOptix IOLs for this restorative eye treatment. If you are considering this procedure, it is a good idea to find out what usually happens when you get refractive cataract surgery.


Doctors' News and Events

Doctors' News and Events


Honduras Cornea Project

In an effort to give back to those in greatest need, Sacramento Eye Consultants, The Alabama Eye Bank, and Sierra Eye and Tissue Services in Sacramento have teamed up to provide donor corneal tissue for transplantation to Honduras, a small and very poor country in Central America with no local eye bank.


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