Wet vs. Dry Macular Degeneration

Patients with macular degeneration have one of two kinds: wet or dry. While both present similar symptoms, there are distinct differences between each AMD type.
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What to Expect During a Macular Degeneration Test

Macular degeneration, or age-related macular degeneration, is a common condition where the eye’s macula deteriorates, leading to permanent vision impairment in patients. AMD can be wet or dry, but both types alter your central vision. While there is no cure for AMD, those who catch it early can undergo treatment…
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Can Astigmatism Get Worse?

Astigmatism occurs when the curvature of the eye’s cornea is warped, causing the patient’s vision to blur as a result. A normal eye shape should be round and spherical, like a ping pong ball. However, those with astigmatism have oval-shaped eyes that tend to resemble an egg or a rugby…
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