A cataract is a clouding of the eye lens, which is normally clear. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Dry eye (dysfunctional tear syndrome) causes irritation, redness and burning. Excessive tearing from a lack of lubrication can also be a sign of dry eye.
Corneal transplants restore sight following an injury or disease that damages the cornea, the clear tissue at the front of the eye.
Keratoconus is a progressive degeneration of the cornea. As the cornea becomes thinner and changes to a cone-like shape, vision becomes blurry.
A corneal abrasion is a trauma or tear to the delicate tissue on the outermost layer of the eye. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Glaucoma refers to a group of diseases that cause optic nerve changes and can result in vision loss. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
While not cancerous, benign growths on the eyelid or eye can become uncomfortable or interfere with vision. These growths are common and treatable.
Poorly managed diabetes can cause several diabetic eye diseases—including diabetic retinopathy, diabetic macular edema, cataracts and glaucoma. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Age-related macular degeneration is the most common cause of legal blindness in the United States. Retinal therapies are successful treatments to try.
Eye examinations are important for detecting conditions early in childhood.