Posterior vitreous detachment (PVD) happens as a normal part of aging. PVD occurs when the vitreous gel shrinks and separates from the retina.
The space in the back part of the eye, behind the inner crystalline lens, is filled with a gelatin-like substance known as the vitreous, also called the vitreous humour.
As we age, there are changes that should be expected. While not everyone will develop an age-related condition such as ARMD (age-related macular degeneration), everyone will eventually develop cataracts.
Almost anyone who wear makeup knows the importance of the tools they use. Maintaining those tools keeps them functional, looking nice, and most importantly, clean.
As you probably have experienced over the past few weeks, there has been an explosion of information regarding this current pandemic in the news and different social media platforms.
Here at Dr. Bishop & Associates, we deal with the unforeseeable.
Living in 2020, our society puts a lot of pressure on self care.
We’ve made it through the darkest days of the year, watching as headlights fly past us during our morning and evening commutes.
Winter is here, and you’ve probably hung up the swim trunks and dug out the mitts and toques. But don’t put those sunglasses away with the summer seasonal items.
It’s common knowledge that a few too many bevy’s can leave you with a nasty hangover in the morning – but did you know it can also contribute to dry eyes?