Glaucoma FAQs

Glaucoma is a serious eye condition that affects millions of people worldwide. As a leading cause of irreversible blindness, it’s important to be informed about this condition and how it can be managed. If you have questions about glaucoma, you’re not alone. In this article, we’ll address some of the most frequently asked questions about

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Living With Glaucoma

Living with Glaucoma Getting diagnosed with glaucoma can be a scary experience, but the good news is you are not alone, and there is help. Glaucoma impacts tens of millions of people around the globe, and that means we have also learned a few things about living with glaucoma and how to treat it. If

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Signs You May Have Glaucoma

Signs You May Have Glaucoma Glaucoma, often referred to as the “silent thief of sight,” is a progressive eye disease that damages the optic nerve, gradually stealing your vision without warning. The insidious nature of glaucoma makes early detection crucial, as vision loss caused by the disease is irreversible. Fortunately, many telltale signs can alert

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What Are Cataracts?

What Are Cataracts? Cataracts are a common eye condition in which the normally clear lens of the eye becomes cloudy, resulting in blurry vision and a decline in visual acuity. At Monterey Bay Eye Center in Monterey, our ophthalmologists specialize in diagnosing and treating cataracts. What are Cataracts? When cataracts develop in one or both

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Benefits of Advanced Technology Intraocular Lens (IOLs) Implants at Monterey Bay Eye Center As a leading ophthalmology practice, Monterey Bay Eye Center is dedicated to providing the best possible care for our patients. Our team of experienced ophthalmologists are committed to helping patients achieve optimal vision. Our practice uses advanced technology IOLs for cataract surgery

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