The Kentucky Eye Institute blog explores a variety of eye health and eye care topics.

The Early Signs of Glaucoma, Explained

Did you know that about 3 million people in the US have glaucoma and that it is the second leading cause of blindness in the world? Despite being so widespread, many people who have glaucoma don't even know it, as many times there are no early symptoms to indicate...

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Six Common Vision Problems and How to Treat Them

About 12 million people over the age of 40 in the United States have some type of vision impairment. Because vision problems are so common, finding some type of treatment can be life-changing for many people. Do you want to learn more about some of the most common...

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What Are Cataracts and How Are They Treated?

In reality, most people tend to take their eyesight for granted on a daily basis -- only until it starts to bother them. But when it comes to the development of cataracts, some of the causes are just out of our control. A healthy, fully functional eye consists of...

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How to Prepare For LASIK Eye Surgery in Lexington

10 million Americans have undergone LASIK eye surgery since Marguerite B. MacDonald performed the first one in 1989. LASIK continues to be one of the most popular elective surgeries in the country. If wearing glasses daily is tiring or if you are ready to get rid of...

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Dos and Don’ts Before Cataract Surgery in Lexington

Nearly 60% of people over the age of 60 have cataracts. More than 50% of elderly people over the age of 80 will have cataracts. It's possible, that if you are within this age range, you will be facing cataract surgery to repair your clouding vision. You don't need to...

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