Dulles Eye Associates is a comprehensive eye care practice. We provide annual eye examinations, contact lens fitting, lasik eye surgery, expert Custom Lasik and other ophthalmological services.
We welcome children to our practice and we offer evaluation and management of Pediatric eye conditions, such as amblyopia (Lazy Eye). In addition, we offer quality eyewear including sunglasses and computer glasses, as well as contact lenses. We strive to provide our patient's with the highest level of care and are committed to bringing quality products to our patients.
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[10/07/19] During cataract surgery, your cloudy natural lens is removed and replaced with a clear artificial lens. That lens is called an intraocular lens (IOL). Your ophthalmologist will talk with you about IOLs and how they work.
[09/30/19] The only way to remove a cataract is with surgery. Your ophthalmologist will recommend removing a cataract when it keeps you from doing things you want or need to do.
Having Cataract can be like looking through a foggy or dusty car windshield, things may look blurry, hazy or less colorful.
Get eye checkup regularly.
[07/21/19] Having a cataract can be like looking through a foggy or dusty car windshield. Things may look blurry, hazy or less colorful.
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What is cataract surgery?
Cataract surgery is an operation to remove your eye’s lens when it is cloudy.
The purpose of your lens is to bend (refract) light rays that come into the Eye to help you see. Your own lens should be clear, but with cataract it is cloudy.
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What causes blepharitis?
Everyone has some bacteria on their skin. Some people might have more of it at the base of their eyelashes than others. This can cause dandruff like flakes to form at the base. Some people have problems with oil glands in their eyelids as well. These causes can lead to blepharitis.
What is blepharitis?
Blepharitis is when you have bacteria and oily flakes at the base of your eyelashes.
Your eyelids are red, swollen, or feel like they are burning. Blepharitis is very common, especially among people who have oily skin, dandruff or dry eye.
Eye Words to Know
Conjunctiva: Clear tissue covering the eye and the inside of your eyelids.
Cornea: Clear, dome-shaped window of the front of your eye. It focuses light into your eye.
Conjunctivitis is often called “pink eye.” It happens when the conjunctiva is irritated by an infection or allergies. Your eyes are red and swollen (inflamed), and sometimes they have a sticky discharge. You can have conjunctivitis in one or both eyes. Some types of pink eye are very contagious (easily spread from person to person).
Causes of Dry Eyes
Computer Vision Syndrome
What Is Dry Eye?
Tears hydrate, protect, and prevent infection of the eye.
The human eye is lubricated by tears which are a combination of water, oil, and mucous produced by glands in the upper and lower eyelids.
A lack of any of these components results in a condition known as Dry Eye Disease (DED).
[06/25/18] Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness around the world, so it is important to understand its significance and treatment options. While glaucoma is not curable, there are several treatments that will help control the disease.
Glaucoma & Your Eyes
Glaucoma treatment has advanced significantly in recent years. Your eye doctor will discuss your options and recommend what is best for you, such as one or more of the following treatments:
*Prescription Eye drops
*Glaucoma implant surgery
*Glaucoma filtering procedure
Glaucoma & You Eyes
Untreated glaucoma can cause a gradual, sometimes undetectable, loss of vision starting in your peripheral vision. Visit your eye doctor regularly to monitor your eye pressure and your vision, and follow your treatment regimen.
Symptoms of Glaucoma:
Unfortunately, Glaucoma has no early warning signs. Most patients do not know they have it until they visit their eye doctor.
Glaucoma and Your Eyes
Glaucoma and Your Vision
Glaucoma is caused by a buildup of fluid inside your eye. This buildup can happen because of a block in the outflow pathway, where fluid normally drains out of the eye to maintain normal pressure. The blockage results in an increase in pressure, which damages the optic nerve.
Glaucoma & Your Eye
What is Glaucoma?
Glaucoma is a disease that damages a nerve in the back of your eye called the optic nerve. Optic nerve enable you to see.
[05/29/18] The optic nerve sends signals to your brain that enable you to see.
[05/29/18] What is the job of the optic nerve?
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