Archive | Eye Health

Your eyes are an important part of your health. There are many things you can do to keep them healthy and make sure you are seeing your best.

Eyeglasses in Greensboro – How to Tell if You Need Glasses

The best way to determine if you need glasses is through a comprehensive eye examination with Greensboro ophthalmologist Dr. Khemsara. During you eye exams, Dr. Khemsara can assess your need for eyeglasses with tests including: Visual acuity tests Refraction assessment Retinal examination If Dr. Khemsara detects a refractive error, he will discuss eyeglasses and other […]

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Eye Nutrition Advice from Your Greensboro Eye Doctor

There is a significant amount of research suggesting that proper nutrition can help prevent serious conditions such as cataracts and glaucoma. Similarly, it has been found that good nutrition can prevent or slow the progression of age-related macular degeneration. Our Greensboro eye doctor will be happy to discuss your diet and help you find ways […]

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Crystalens®

Crystalens® is an exciting option that can be used to replace a natural lens clouded by cataracts. A type of intraocular lens (IOL), Crystalens is unique in its ability to correct cataracts and presbyopia, an age-related vision disorder that can make close-up work blurry and more difficult to perform. Crystalens is the only FDA approved […]

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LASIK Expectations

When you undergo laser vision correction, you expect to have 20/20 vision or better. However, it is important to remember that your LASIK surgery will produce individual results that may not meet your exact expectations. Kernersville custom LASIK surgeon Dr. Khemsara takes every care to ensure optimal results, but it is important that you have […]

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Understanding Wavefront LASIK

Wavefront LASIK is an advanced laser vision correction technique that provides three dimensional mapping of the eye for optimal results. Also known as custom LASIK, this technique measures your eye’s ability to refract light and guides the eximer laser to correct your exact refractive error. Greensboro ophthalmologist Dr. Khemsara uses WaveScan® for CustomVue™ for wavefront […]

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Causes of Astigmatism

Astigmatism is a common eye condition caused by a cornea that is not entirely round. Under normal circumstances, the spherical shape of your eye evenly directs light onto your retina for clear vision. If you have astigmatism, differences in steepening refract light more in one direction which can make objects appear blurry or wavy. Astigmatism […]

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What to Expect During a Comprehensive Eye Exam

During your comprehensive eye exam with Dr. Khemsara, you can expect to be provided with individual attention and solutions specific to your unique vision needs. To determine your needs, one of our vision technicians will perform tests such as: Eye muscle tests Visual acuity tests Refractive assessment Slit-lamp examinations Eye pressure examinations Retinal examinations These […]

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What are Symptoms of Cataracts?

The most common cause of blindness in the world is the result of an untreated cataract. A cataract occurs when the lens that transmits light to the retina thickens, resulting in a clouding of natural vision. The only method to determine whether you do in fact have a cataract, is for an ophthalmologist to perform […]

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