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Eye Floater Removal

Eye Floater Removal

Eye floaters often look like black/gray specks, cobwebs, or strings that are within your field of vision. When you move your eyes around, they appear- but when you try to look directly at them, they dart away. Most of the time, they are caused by changes in the vitreous humor in our eyes as we […]

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Are Eye Floaters Normal

Are Eye Floaters Normal

Think about it: has there ever been a time when you could “see” a small speck, squiggle, or dot floating along in the air only to have it dart away when you try to focus on it? Or, have you ever “seen” lightning streaks or flickering lights when you knew they weren’t really happening? If […]

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Are Eye Floaters Dangerous

Are Eye Floaters Dangerous

Everyone will experience eye floaters/flashes at some point in their lives. These appear as small wispy threads or specks of dust floating across their field of vision. When you have these, you will notice that blinking doesn’t do anything to get rid of them and as your eyes move, the threads/specks will move around too. […]

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Eye Floaters Getting Worse

Eye Floaters Getting Worse

When something related to your heath is occurring and you’re not sure exactly why, it can be quite upsetting/frustrating. This is especially true when it involves your eyes. There are several different eye conditions that you are likely to experience at some point in your life. Some of these conditions won’t cause any concern, such […]

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How To Prevent Eye Floaters

How To Prevent Eye Floaters

Eye floaters are small, irregular shapes that appear in one’s vision field. They are comprised of protein clumps that appear as blobs, cobwebs, dots, strands, etc. while they are quite annoying, they’re not harmful and chances are, you really won’t even notice them most of the time. As we get older, the occurrence of floaters, […]

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Floaters In One Eye Only

Floaters In One Eye Only

“Floaters” are deposits/condensation in the vitreous humor, which is the material filling the posterior area of your eye. The term “floater” is used because people describe this phenomenon as seeing spots that appear to float/move when they are looking around. You can develop floaters in one or both of your eyes. Reason People Notice Eye […]

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