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Do your child’s eyes turn inward or outward?
Strabismus is an eye condition in which the eyes are not aligned properly. One or both eyes may turn in (cross-eyed), out (wall-eyed), up (hypertropia) or down (hypotropia). This eye turn may be permanent, or it may be intermittent. According to Asian Eye Pediatric Ophthalmologist, Adult Strabismus and Cataract Specialist Dr. Norman Fajardo, strabismus is […]
Myovision Lenses: Preventing the rapid increase of nearsightedness in children
As a child, Briza Mae Ramos was diagnosed with nearsightedness, a type of refractive error wherein she could see close objects clearly, but far objects appear blurry. At 11 years old, she had an eye grade of 300, and it increased to 400 in a year’s time. “I was 8 when I started having vision […]
Filipino Eye Doctor Wins 2 Awards at International Conference
Asian Eye Institute Glaucoma, Cornea and Refractive Surgery (LASIK), and Cataract specialist Dr. Robert Ang received the TOPGUN Best Overall Instructor award at the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) Symposium and Congress in Los Angeles, California last May 2017. Dr. Ang was voted over 13 other surgeons from Asia and the United […]