Tag Archives: keratoconus

Corrective tablet screens good news for some
Another BBC article that caught my attention this week, this time about a VDU that can correct vision problems to negate the need for glasses or contact lenses. In short, because it is very technical, the technology is powered by ...
The cornea…but not as we knew it
Patients often tell us that at each visit we unveil some new exciting gadget or piece of technology for investigating the health of their eyes. It seems like that to us too! In this ever changing tecnhological world though, where ...
First rate eye surgery education for optom team
Last week was a busy one as the optometry team were guests at the Centre for Sight in East Grinstead, for their 2013 optometry education day. The private eye clinic is run by Mr Sheraz Daya. This pioneering eye surgeon performed t...
2nd Edinburgh Keratoconus Group meeting
The Keratoconus Group is resourcing and self help group for people with keratoconus. Cameron Optometry has long been a supporter and we have often travelled to Glasgow to attend and speak at meetings. With Ian's help an Edinburgh...
Another UK contact lens first
Cameron Optometry is one of the leading contact lens practices in the UK and as a result, we're often among the first to get to try new lenses. Yesterday we became the first Private practice in the UK to be given access to the new...
Corneal Cross Linking shows good long term results
Results of a 2 year study into the long term effects of Corneal Cross Linking (CXL) in people with progressive keratoconus have shown encouraging results. Corneal cross linking has been gaining a reputation as an important treatme...

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