Category Archives: Floaters

Floaters Explained

  What are floaters? Most of the volume of the eye is filled by viscous fluid called vitreous humor. Vitreous is attached to a thin film of nerve tissue in the back of the eye, called retina. In kids this vitreous is completely jelly-like (imagine clear colorless Jell-O). As we age, however, the gel starts […]


The Importance of Annual Eye Exams

Regardless of your age and health, routine annual eye exams are important. In a comprehensive eye exam, so much more than your vision is being evaluated. A simple vision screening is that which you undergo at the Department of Motor Vehicles, or at your family practitioner’s office. However, the condition and health of your eyes […]


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