Adult Eye Services

Cataracts

Cataract refers to the clouding of the natural lens of the eye. This occurs with aging, but may occur earlier in some people (e.g. diabetics, patients on long-term steroid use).

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IOLS

Cataract surgery involves the removal of your cloudy lens and replacing it with the insertion of an intraocular lens (IOLs). Various IOLs are available.

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Strabismus

There are several possible causes of strabismus, including weak eye muscles, heredity, cataract and nerve conditions. Strabismus that develops early in childhood and is constant needs to be corrected surgically.

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Pterygium

Pterygium is the growth of a white or skin-coloured tissue over the cornea, the surface of the eye. It commonly grows out from the inner corner of the eye towards the centre.

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Glaucoma

Glaucoma is an eye condition where there is buildup of pressure in the eye, resulting in damage to the optic nerve. The optic nerve is the cable of the eye that carries images from the eye to the brain. This results in vision loss.

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Floaters

Floaters are shapes that look like small dots, flies, cobwebs or strands of hair that float across your vision.

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AMD

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the leading causes of severe, irreversible vision loss in the world. It usually affects people aged 50 years and above as a natural result of aging. The cells in the macula become damaged and stop functioning effectively.

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