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Congenital Nystagmus

Congenital Nystagmus, also known as Infantile nystagmus is an involuntary side-to-side movement of the eyes. It can also be vertical. It begins at or near birth and usually persists throughout life.

We Can Treat Myopia & Not Simply Correct a Child’s Vision

Hi, I'm Dr. Moshe Roth. I practice at Family Eye Care in Old Bridge, New Jersey. How can we help treat myopia? The number one thing, the most important thing that you can do is to schedule an exam with the developmental optometrist or behavioral optometrist, as soon as possible....

What is Myopia or Nearsightedness? Is it seeing up close or far away?

Hi, I'm Dr. Moshe Roth. I practice at Family Eye Care in Old Bridge, New Jersey. In this video, I'm going to address the question. What exactly is myopia? Myopia is the medical term for near-sightedness. Near-sightedness simply means that somebody can see better at near than often a distance....

Why is Myopia Happening? The Epidemic of Nearsightedness

I'm Dr. Moshe Roth. I practice at Family Eye Care in Old Bridge, New Jersey. In the last video, we addressed the fact that children are becoming more nearsighted. The question is, why is this happening? Is it the screen that's doing this to my child? Again, the reason is...

How Vision Problems Can Affect Your Child’s Education

Uncorrected vision issues can negatively impact a child's educational progress. To make sure they’re learning, we recommend scheduling regular eye exams and, if necessary, vision therapy.

What’s the Best Way to Use Warm Compresses for Dry Eyes?

Here are 7 easy steps to relieve dry eye symptoms with warm compresses. Read more to find out and apply this tried and tested method today.

Could You Transmit the Keratoconus Gene?

Keratoconus is a degenerative eye disease that causes the cornea (the front part of the eye) to thin and warp out of shape. Without treatment, the condition can result in vision loss.

How do Scleral Lenses Solve Your Dry Eye Syndrome?

Scleral Lenses offer a more effective treatment method than just eye drops and artificial tears.

Prosthetic Contact Lens Testimonial

SA is a 51 year old female nurse who came to our office seeking a prosthetic contact lens for her left eye.  She described that she had a congenital birth defect in her left eye and at the age of 4 or 5 she had surgery at Wills Eye Hospital. ...

The Link Between High Myopia and Serious Eye Diseases

High myopia – severe nearsightedness – is associated with an increased risk of serious eye diseases such as retinal detachment, glaucoma, and cataracts.

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