Surrey eye hospital warns parents of the risks to children's eyesight Do not let digital Christmas gifts cost your child their eye sight - that is the message from specialists at a Guildford eye hospital. The likes of games consoles and tablets bought for children could be causing them harm. Optegra Eye Hospital are urging parents [...]
Mr Rob Morris talks about age-related changes to the eye on BBC Radio Click on the image to listen to the audio Rob Morris was interviewed by BBC regarding the age-related changes to the eye and how many of us do not recognise changes in the early states, because change comes slowly and [...]
Studies have shown that the number of people with eye health problems is increasing. According to this study, smoking, diets, or demands of technology can cause damage to the eyes.
Rob Morris talks about ways to protect the vision on Business Reporter With a general level of ignorance of eye conditions numerous people are unaware of blinding eye conditions. Many may not reveal any symptoms in the early stages but can lead to long term damage to eye sight if they do not get treated. Mr Rob [...]
Patient experience with Rob Morris Anxiety and uncertainty preceding operations are things that a majority of patients deal with. Grange Eye Consultants have therefore made it their upmost aim to communicate a process of finding a suitable procedure for every individual patient. "No pain and an awful lot of gain" says Clarivu Patient Maxine McDonnell [...]
Medical Director Rob Morris' view on Clarivu Lens Replacement Clarivu is Optegra's refractive lens replacement procedure. Clarivu is a proven and permanent lens replacement procedure that can correct both long and short-sightedness and prevent or eliminate cataracts. See patient stories here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsHPins-xeM
FADING vision, headaches, eyestrain or fatigue while trying to read or carry out intricate work are often symptoms that lead people rushing to the opticians.
Long gone are the days when those without 20/20 vision were stuck with the dull choice of either spectacles or contact lens to correct their vision. Laser eye surgery is now considered to be an equally respectable option.
Like Millions, Julie’s sight began to fail when she hit 40. Now it’s perfect again thanks to a new plastic implant
More than 23 million people in Britain suffer from presbyopia – a form of long-sightedness which usually affects those aged 40 and over.
I’d been wearing thick glasses since the age of five, and, after a pair shattered in my face when I was 11, playing piggy-back, they had to be made of plastic. I hated them and couldn’t wait to have contact lenses when I was 16.