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Can I cure my colour blindness?

Very few people are colour blind.  Most people who have problems seeing colours have a colour deficiency.  It may be trouble seeing reds, greens or blue.  A person with a colour deficiency can still see colours they just can’t see as many, and they will often confuse colours.  Colour deficiency is a genetic disorder that […]

Treating Short sightedness with spectacle lenses

How we treat short sightedness (myopia) in children and teenagers has changed considerably over the years. Previously the only option was to correct vision and hope that the eyes would not continue to deteriorate. The last 5 years have seen an explosion of new treatment options for patients that can slow down or even stop […]

Glaucoma Week 2020 (8-14th March 2020)

Next week is World Glaucoma Week. You might ask why even talk about Glaucoma? Because, in most cases there are no symptoms in the early stages of glaucoma so you won’t know if you have it. Glaucoma is a disease of the optic nerve of the eye. As the condition progresses the optic nerve is […]

A natural way to treat dry eye

Optimel Manuka honey dry eye drops have been specially formulated to treat the symptoms of dry eye and and improve the function of the glands in the eyelid. What makes Manuka eye drops unique is that this is natural product made from Manuka Honey that has both antibacterial and antinflammatory properties. A clinical study of […]

A new treatment for Dry Eye

We recently started IPL Dry Eye Therapy at Eyes On Docklands. Using intense pulsating light this treatment gently heats the lids of the eye unblocking the glands as well as promoting blood flow to the eyelids. It has been shown to improve the function of the oil producing meibomian glands on the eyelids. Poorly functioning […]