Penetrating Keratoplasty: Resolving Your Cornea Issues

Your eyes are vital to your ability to perceive and interact with the world around you. And though there are a lot of ways to keep them healthy and keep your vision crisp well into your later years, unexpected complications can put your eyes at risk. Depending on what visual or physical eye complications you’re […]

What Are the Stages of Glaucoma?

Often referred to as the “silent thief of sight,” glaucoma is a disease that affects the optic nerve, resulting in abnormally high eye pressure. Since the optic nerve is vital to your vision, it can result in complete loss of vision over an extended period of time. Unfortunately, it does develop slowly, with no signs in the […]

How Is Cataract Surgery Performed?

Cataracts are extremely common among older people that are in the United States. In fact, over half of people over the age of 80 have either had surgery to treat cataracts or currently have them. Our vision is very precious to us, and cataracts pose an actual threat to that. Luckily with surgery, you can […]

Understanding Keratoconus and How a Cornea Transplant Can Help

Blurred vision, distorted vision, clouding, sensitivity to light, and a need to increase your prescription for eyeglasses are all symptoms that can be seen as worsening eyesight. However, you may be experiencing a condition called keratoconus. Keratoconus is a condition that affects the corneas. Let’s take a deeper look at keratoconus and how a cornea transplant can […]

3 Crucial Factors to Consider About Dry Eye Treatment

At Cape Fear Cataract & Cornea we offer various dry eye treatment services to ensure your eyes are happy and healthy. Here we’ll discuss what you should be watching for when it comes to dry eyes, and when it’s time to come give us a visit. So What Are Dry Eyes? This is a good […]

Medications and Cataracts: Are They Connected?

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Our bodies come with unique needs as we age. Although you may be in solid health, you may still need specific medications to supplement your body in ways you may not have needed to when you were younger. It’s crucial for you to remain consistent with your medication regimen to avoid complications from not taking […]

What is CRVO?

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Many things can keep your eyes from performing their best, and when your eyes are compromised, it can make it challenging to go about your daily life. One way your eye health can suffer is from a condition called Central Retinal Vein Occlusion or CRVO, which can impact your vision. The experts of Cape Fear […]

How Your Diet Can Effect Your Vision

Many people work hard to ensure that their eye health remains at its best. Taking breaks from computer screens, wearing sunglasses, and avoiding irritants are all useful methods to protect your eyes. However, there is a little-known culprit that could impact your eye health, which is your diet. It surprises many people when they learn […]

Do I have to Wear Glasses After Cataract Surgery?

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Cataract removal surgery is an essential procedure to help those who are struggling with their vision. A vital part of a cataract removal procedure is removing your cloudy eye lenses and replacing them with artificial ones. An issue that many patients would run into is only having one lens replacement option, which, as a result, […]

Caring for Your Eyes This Winter

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Wintertime makes it necessary to make many adjustments to your daily life. Wearing additional layers of clothing, putting snow tires on your car, and taking extra time to prepare for your day are among the changes you must make as temperatures fall. Proper eye care is among the numerous tweaks you must make to your […]

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