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Recovery after Cataract Surgery

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If you are considering cataract surgery, you will be glad to know that the recovery process after the surgery is brief. Cataract surgery is considered to be one of the simplest surgeries...

What You Should Know about Cataracts

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Cataracts are cloudy areas on the lens of the eye and cause impaired vision. About half of all Americans of age 65 and older are reported to have cataracts. Cataracts are a result of protein...

IOL Implants after Cataract Surgery

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Before the development of Intraocular Lenses or IOLs, people were prescribed with special types of contact lenses or thick eyeglasses so that they can see after the surgical removal of cataracts....

Introducing Tear Lab

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TearLab is the single most accurate and objective test for diagnosing Dry Eye Disease. TearLab generates an Osmolarity number, which provides significant information to your Doctor. With its...

We’ll Be At Port St. Lucie’s Health Fair September 21st

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Look for the Benaim Eyeteam at the upcoming fair – you can learn all about modern lens solutions for cataracts and low vision. Talk to the experts and lets get you started on the road to...

Dr. Benaim is newly appointed to the Corporate Board of Jupiter Medical Center

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Dr. Benaim is newly appointed to the Corporate Board of Jupiter Medical Center The non-profit community hospital, Jupiter Medical Center, is the foremost medical institution in Northern Palm...

Protect your Eyes from harmful UV rays

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Question: Can UV rays damage your eyes?     Answer: Yes. The UV-A rays can harm your central vision. It can damage the macula a part of the retina at the back of the eye. The UV-B rays can harm...

Bruising on my eye!

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I woke up this morning and it looks like my eye is bleeding what is going on? A sub-conjunctival hemorrhage is similar to a bruise on the skin- it is like a “bruise” on the eye. It normally...

What does it mean to have conjunctivitis?

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I was told that I have conjunctivitis what does this mean? Conjunctivitis is most commonly referred to as “red” or “pink” eye.  The conjunctiva, which contains tiny blood vessels, produces mucus...

How to treat Blepharitis?

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Affecting all ages, Blepharitis is a usually non-contagious and common eye disorder that is caused by bacterial or skin conditions. It involves the inflammation of the eyelash follicles, along...

Retinal Detachment

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  What is a retinal detachment?   A retinal detachment occurs when the retina is pulled away from its normal position.  A retinal detachment is a very serious problem that almost always...