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You have had your cataract surgery several months or even years ago. Yet recently, you realize your vision is getting blurry and cloudy again, like how it was previously before you had your cataracts removed. 
Myopia or short-sightedness has been a growing concern globally as the prevalence of myopia has been on the rise. It is predicted that half of the world’s population (five billion people) will be myopic by 2050, of...
The retina is an important part of our eye as it houses all the photoreceptors or light-sensitive cells that are responsible for absorbing light that enters our eyes and transmitting this information to our brain for interpretation....
Why Are My Eyes so Dry? A Quick Guide to Dry Eye Syndrome  Most of us encounter dry eyes at some point in our lives. For some, it’s a daily struggle, while others encounter...
It has been more than a year since the Covid-19 pandemic began, resulting in sweeping changes globally across all industries. More and more people are working from home, and the lines between work and home start to...
In recent years, there has been a push in building awareness among the general public with regards to blue light. Many established brands have pushed for blue light filters in their lenses to filter out blue light....
Cataract Surgery is THE most common surgical eye procedure performed in our adult population in Singapore. Since nobody is immune to cataract formation, and it is more likely than not that our parents or grandparents would need...
We often associate poor eye health with bad habits, such as watching the television for too long or a high degree of myopia. But did you know that diseases like hypertension and diabetes can affect our eyesight...
Many people have asked me about floaters and whether there is any treatment for it. First of all, let us understand that floaters are very common. Almost 70-80% of individuals will experience floaters at some point in...
Other than cataract surgery, retinal surgery is another type of eye surgery that takes place relatively common and is rather critical for our vision. Why? Mainly because the retina houses all of our photoreceptors - vital...