Know Your Eyes

We may take them for granted but our eyes are one of the most sophisticated organs in the human body. Many of us know very little about them but understanding our eyes and our vision system can help us better protect them, and prevent disease and other vision related problems from occurring.

Anatomy Of The Eye

Although it is small in size, the eye arguably provides us with the most important of the five senses – vision. This section gives an overview of the anatomy of the eye and how the eye works.
Read More

Educational Leaflets

Click on the sub-links below for educational material that can also be made available during your visit.You can also download the relevant PDF for each.
Read More

General Eye Health

Regular eye checks should provide the basis for maintaining proper eye health, as some of the serious eye conditions do not have any visible early warning symptoms.
Read More

poster
00:00
--
/
--

Related…

Artificial Eye
Enucleation operation is necessary to treat eye cancer whereas Evisceration operation is necessary t...
Read More
Cosmetic Eye Surgery
There are around 250,000 blepharoplasty procedures done every year, making it the most common cosmet...
Read More
Lasik
LASIK (laser in situ keratomileusis) is a common vision correction surgical procedure that reshapes ...
Read More
Blurred Vision
Blurred vision is one of the most common eye problems amongst patients and very often leads patients...
Read More
Visual impairment
Some of the main causes of visual impairment today include: Cataracts Cataracts cloud the lens of th...
Read More
Eye Infections
Eye infections can invade the eyeball or the area around it – they are generally microorganisms th...
Read More
Cyclodiode Laser Treatment
The diode laser is a highly concentrated beam of light, which can be used to target and treat a sele...
Read More
Vitrectomy
A vitrectomy is microsurgery performed to remove the jelly and replace it by a saline solution, gas ...
Read More
Trabeculectomy
The operation to control the pressure within your eye is called a Trabeculectomy (trab-ec-u-lec-tomy...
Read More
Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty
Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT) is a procedure used to reduce the pressure in the eye (also kn...
Read More
Refractive Surgery
Most refractive errors can be corrected (or at least improved) by means of Refractive Surgery. This ...
Read More
Presbyopia
Presbyopia is a vision condition which makes it difficult to focus on close objects. During middle a...
Read More
Posterior Vitreous Detachment
PVD is a common degenerative change, which affects one or both eyes in many people after middle age....
Read More
Post-Operative Instructions
Following Retinal Surgery on leaving the hospital you are advised to have a quiet evening at home an...
Read More
Myopia
Myopia is a common refractive condition which causes individuals to be near-sighted: they see near o...
Read More
Lacrimal Probing in Children
The tear duct is a channel/passage which runs from a tiny opening in the medial lids through the bon...
Read More
Keratoconus
Keratoconus is a progressive thinning of the cornea. The cornea is the clear front window of the eye...
Read More
Intravitreal Injection
The macula is the central part of the retina at the back of the eye. It is responsible for fine visi...
Read More
Hypermetropia
A refractive condition of the eye in which vision is better for distant objects than for near object...
Read More
High Precision Refractive Surgery
When you decide on an eye laser treatment, you expect the best possible results. The more fully deve...
Read More
الجلوكوما
الجلوكوما هو مرض يصيب العين حيث يبدأ تدريجياً في سرقة ا...
Read More
Atropine Drops
What are the effects of Atropine? Atropine has two effects when instilled in the eyes: Dilates the p...
Read More
Aqueous Shunts
Aqueous shunts are devices that are used to reduce the eye pressure in glaucoma by draining the aque...
Read More
Request an appointment

X
Request Appointment