An abrasion occurs when the surface layer of the cornea is scratched away. When dust, dirt, wood, metal, or other debris comes in contact with the surface of the eye, it may cause a scratch, or abrasion of the cornea. Here's what to do—and what not to do.
In an earlier blog, we reviewed the basic structure of the cornea and process of performing a full-thickness corneal transplant. Partial thickness corneal transplants are a good option in some cases, and DMEK and DSAEK [...]
Crosslinking | St. Louis Eye Doctor Recently, an article written by our own Dr. Geoffrey Hill was featured in the cover focus story of Millennial Eye, an online publication for young ophthalmologists. Dr. Hill is [...]
Cheap contact lenses? We can do that! Looking for cheap contact lenses? We have recently updated pricing on our most popular contact lenses. We are now competitive with (and in some instances cheaper than) online [...]
Eye Safety During an Eclipse: Q&A With Ophthalmologist Dr. Geoffrey Hill During an eclipse event, it is important to protect your eyes from solar damage. On August 21st, 2017 we will get to experience the [...]
Announcing our next Patient Appreciation Trunk Show. June 2nd, 2017 / 11am - 5pm at our Lake St Louis Office. We are teaming up with our vendors to bring you hundreds of exciting frame selections and [...]