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3 Signs It’s Time To Get Your Dry Eye Treated

August 22nd, 2018

  Chronic dry eye is annoying, painful, and can make you self-conscious about how you look. Fortunately, it can be treated through a number of customized dry eye treatment plans available at Dr. Diamante’s clinic in Providence, RI. If you suspect that you may have dry eye because you’ve been in situations similar to the… Read More

How Lasers Work When Removing Cataracts

July 27th, 2018

Modern cataract surgery has come a long way. Traditionally, the surgery would have been done by hand with an actual blade, but with rapidly advancing eyecare technology including the use of powerful lasers and computers, the procedure has become even safer and more reliable than ever before. Understanding how some of these technologies work can… Read More

5 Questions to Ask Before Cataract Surgery

June 12th, 2018

When preparing for surgery, it is important to be as well informed as possible. Cataract surgery is no exception, which is why it’s important to ask as many questions as possible during your cataract consultation screening. During this, a doctor will provide you with detailed answers which will leave you feeling more confident and assured… Read More

Five Cataract Risks to Be Aware Of

May 17th, 2018

When it comes to cataracts and reducing your risk factors, investing in (and remembering to wear) a good pair of UVB sunglasses can actually do a lot of good. Looking for treatment for cataracts near Providence? Read on to learn more about cataracts and how you can reduce your risk factors! Advancing age You can’t… Read More

“Your Child’s Eyesight: The Importance of Pediatric Eye Care”

March 22nd, 2018

We all want the best for our children. This means giving them the right food, plenty of love, and lots of memorable childhood experiences. It also means making sure that they are healthy so that they can grow and excel in every aspect. Too often, eye care is overlooked when it comes to taking care… Read More

What Is a Chalazion?

February 19th, 2018

If you notice a small bump growing on the surface of either your top or bottom eyelid, chances are you have a chalazion. Often confused with a stye, a chalazion is different. Chalazia (plural) often begin as a swollen, sensitive spot on the eyelid, but may change into a pea-sized bump in a matter of… Read More

What Is a Pterygium and Why Is It Called “Surfer’s Eye”?

January 15th, 2018

There are many conditions that can affect your eyes, some more dangerous than others, but none of them manifest themselves in a more interesting way than a pterygium. A pterygium appears as a growth on the sclera, which is more commonly referred to as the “white of the eye”. Eventually, it grows into a more… Read More

What Is Age-Related Macular Degeneration?

December 28th, 2017

As we get older, we begin to experience more and more problems with our health. It’s an unfortunate consequence of living. One part of our body that may face a brand new set of challenges is our eyes. Whether it’s glaucoma, cataracts, or losing visual acuity through any other means, age plays a very important… Read More

How Pregnancy Can Affect Your Eyes

November 20th, 2017

Pregnancy can be a wonderful event in a woman’s life, but it’s no secret that it comes with many challenges to face. Changes in hormones translate into physical bodily changes that can sometimes be unexpected. For example, while most people know about all the swelling that occurs in all kinds of places, and the sudden… Read More

The Importance of Pediatric Exams

October 23rd, 2017

When it comes to taking care of your eyes, or any other part of your health for that matter, there are a lot of rules and recommendations. However, one golden rule stands out above the rest in the medical field: prevention through early detection. Often times a completely treatable problem becomes severely damaging simply because… Read More