Posts Tagged: eugene ophthalmologist

4th of July Eye Safety

By W. Benjamin Kunz, MD This upcoming fun holiday, there will be several opportunities to celebrate, and fireworks are a big part of that. Unfortunately, fireworks can often lead to injuries, and our eyes are vulnerable to firework trauma. Unlike the rest of your body which is typically injured by burns, eyes are susceptible to… Read more »

10 Healthy Eye Tips for Save Your Vision Awareness Month

March is National “Save Your Vision Awareness Month”. Oregon Eye Consultants has compiled a helpful list of 10 Healthy Eye Tips for Save Your Vision Awareness Month, and we encourage you to share these tips with loved ones. Stop Staring A record number of people of all ages are spending many of the hours each… Read more »

Oregon Eye Surgery Center

Oregon Eye Surgery Center Our ambulatory surgery center is a state-of-the-art facility boasting more cataract removal technology than any other facility in the world. Our Oregon Eye Surgery Center offers a highly-trained team committed to providing excellent care to the patients of the Oregon Eye Surgery Center. Where is the Oregon Eye Surgery Center located? The Oregon Eye… Read more »

The Cornea

Wondering what exactly the cornea is? What is the cornea? The eye’s outermost layer is called the cornea. The cornea is a dome-shaped surface that makes up the front of the eye. Your cornea acts as a barrier for your eye to the outside world. Your cornea and lens work to focus light on your… Read more »

Wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

Curious about Wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) or are you seeing our Physicians here at Oregon Eye Consultants for Wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration? This short, educational video explains what macular degeneration is, and how medication injections may slow the progression of this condition and save your eyesight. Our team of retina specialists are experts in treating AMD. Visit… Read more »

Cataract Surgery

Cataracts Our eyes contain a natural lens that bends (refracts) light coming into our eyes to help us see. When you have a cataract, that lens that is naturally clear becomes cloudy. It may seem as if you are looking through a dusty car windshield or fog. Objects and people may look blurry, hazy or… Read more »