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The cornea…but not as we knew it

09th July 2013

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 tecn...

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Glaucoma Simulator App

18th June 2013

If you would like to appreciate for yourself the impact that Glaucoma can have on your vision then there is now a clever App that can simulate the progressive visual loss that can be caused by Glaucom...

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Computer games could be good for your eyes

23rd April 2013

It’s not the sort of advice you might expect from your optometrist but current research from  McGill University in Canada suggests that playing the video game Tetris may be an effective way of impr...

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Ian & Gillian lecture on eye disease

21st March 2013

Both Ian and Gillian have been lecturing to other optometrists about eyelid disease. Our advanced qualifications in eye disease and its treatment (the 'DipTP(IP)' after Ian and Gillian's name) means w...

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Lid health management plan

18th March 2013

Both Ian & Gillian have been lecturing on Blepharitis and Eyelid Disease recently and some of the audience have been interested in our Lid Health Management Plan. You can download it below. Lid He...

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Take Omega 3 Fish Oil for eye health

05th March 2013

Many of us, myself included, take vitamins and supplements as part of our daily quest for a healthier lifestyle. Why are they good for us though, and which ones should we take to improve the health of...

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Eye scan can monitor the extent of MS

12th February 2013

As you may have noticed at your eye appointments over the last couple of years, in addition to taking a retinal photograph of your eyes we offer a scan of the deeper retinal layers, using our Optical ...

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2nd Edinburgh Keratoconus Group meeting

17th November 2012

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....

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AAO Phoenix 2012 – Day 3: A tale of 2 weather systems

27th October 2012

I kid you not, this is the weather in Phoenix. It's hard to beleive it is almost November - I dread to think what it's like here in summer. In fact it's hard to believe it's on the same planet heated ...

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American Academy of Optometry 2012 – Phoenix, AZ

23rd October 2012

1 hour to London and then 10 hours to Phoenix. It's a long way to travel but if you are serious about getting access to the best optometry education in the world, it's got to be America and it's got t...

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