EYE FINGERPRINTS? WHATEVER NEXT? LEARN ABOUT EYEPRINT PRO

EyePrintPRO™ is an optically clear prosthetic scleral device designed to match the exact contours of the individual eye providing the best vision and comfort possible. The Science Behind EyePrintPRO™ EyePrint Pro uses the very latest 3D scanning technology. Rather than relying on standard lenses and hoping they fit the shape of your eye, it is now possible … Continue reading EYE FINGERPRINTS? WHATEVER NEXT? LEARN ABOUT EYEPRINT PRO

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ALEXA! WHAT TIME IS IT?

The standalone Amazon Echo gadget heralds the arrival of a new type of device that could be of enormous benefit to many people - in particular, people who have a vision impairment.   The Amazon Echo is a button-free, hands-free and eye-free gadget. The Echo is a black column around fifteen inches tall and four inches … Continue reading ALEXA! WHAT TIME IS IT?

SEE EYE 2 EYE WITH KCGB FRIENDS!

GET INVOLVED, MEET UP WITH KCGB FRIENDS AND HELP RAISE MONEY FOR MOORFIELDS EYE HOSPITAL RESEARCH When:  Sunday 4 March 2018 Where: Moorfields Eye Hospital, City Road, to the London Eye Join hundreds of walkers, human and canine to walk from Moorfields Eye Hospital to the London Eye, and help fundraise to build a world beyond … Continue reading SEE EYE 2 EYE WITH KCGB FRIENDS!

How fast does keratoconus progress?

by Jim Kokkinakis  Keratoconus can significantly impact one’s life, so answering this question is extremely important for peace of mind. The speed that keratoconus can progress is unique to the individual. What is normal is that keratoconus usually begins during puberty and will usually progress at its quickest up to 25 years of age. Typically … Continue reading How fast does keratoconus progress?

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT KERATOCONUS

Keratoconus Q and A Q: RGP lenses (rigid gas permeable contacts) will stop keratoconus from getting worse. Is this true? A: No, this is not true. RGP lenses temporarily flatten the non-structural epithelium of the cornea. Keratoconus continues to progress, and contacts must be updated to keep up with the progressing disease. Keratoconus is a progressive … Continue reading EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT KERATOCONUS