Introduction to Glaucoma and the Retina Nerve Fiber Layer (RNFL) – Dr. Oli
Introduction to Glaucoma We have spoken about the importance of the way the front of the optic nerve looks like …more >
With the 2017 Solar Eclipse quickly approaching we would like to make sure you know how to protect your eyes and view the eclipse safely.
The eclipse should only be viewed using special, filtered glasses or you could risk permanent and severe damage to your retina. The retina is the part of your eye that gathers light and allows your brain to process the image you are viewing. The retina is highly sensitive to light and even if you feel no discomfort can be damaged by looking directly at the sun.
Please click here for more information from the American Academy of Ophthalmology on safely viewing the eclipse.