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Archive for June 2019

Macular Degeneration impairs vision in millions…

Macular Degeneration (AMD) continues to impair vision in millions of people as they age. While nutritional improvements, reducing or eliminating smoking, and supplementation can help prevent AMD’s onset, it’s still important to detect the signs as early as possible. All our eye doctors at Coastal Eye Group care for many patients with Macular Degeneration. Our…

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Cataracts – What To Look For

Did you know that Bay Microsurgical Unit, Coastal Eye Group’s ambulatory eye surgery center in Georgetown was the just the second such eye surgery center ever approved in the state of South Carolina? Since 1985 Bay Microsurgical Unit has provided a calm, reassuring setting for patients throughout the Grand Strand. Good article from US News:…

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LRS – Lens Replacement Surgery

LRS? Lens Replacement Surgery is the removal of the natural lens in the eye and replacing it with a small artificial lens, also known as an implant, or intraocular lens (IOL). In adults with vision impairment stemming from cataracts, we simply use the term “Cataract Surgery”, not LRS. No surprise there. But did you know…

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Protecting Your Children’s Eyes This Summer

This article from France hits all the high points. Yes, protecting your kids’ eyes is a good idea. Research shows that a lifetime’s exposure to UV light, wind, dust, etc. are related to the development of various eye conditions including cataracts, macular degeneration, pterygium, and more. Never hurts to get them started early with quality…

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Sleep Apnea Can Cause Serious Eye Problems?

Sleep apnea can cause eye problems? It can happen. The low oxygen levels caused by sleep apnea can lead to a host of significant issues include vascular occlusion in the eye. Common? Branch and Central Retinal Vein Occlusions are frequently seen in our five offices. How many of them are related to sleep disorders? We…

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