Computers Digital Devices and Eye Strain Staring at your computer screen, smartphone or other digital devices for long periods won’t cause permanent eye damage, but your eyes may feel dry and tired. You may develop blurry vision, fatigue or eye strain. Some people also experience headaches or motion sickness when viewing 3-D, which may indicate that […]
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About Dr Con Petsoglou
Dr Petsoglou is a specialist ophthalmologist with particular expertise in medically and surgically treating external Eye conditions. He has appointments at the Sydney Eye Hospital, Lions NSW Eye Bank, previously Moorfields Eye Hospital and at FOCUS Eye Centre, providing expert care for our patients.
SMILE – a minimally invasive laser vision correction procedure – has been used to treat over a million eyes worldwide and is being used by an expanding number of clinics for myopia correction.
FOCUS on the “Three C’s” : A presentation on Cornea, Chalazion & Cross Linking Presented by: Dr Con Petsoglou – Ophthalmic Surgeon – FOCUS Eye Centre Presented at: “Ophthalmology Update” October CPD event – FOCUS Eye Centre
Keratoconus is a thinning of the central zone of the cornea, the front surface of the eye.
Authors: Simon E. Skalicky, Con Petsoglou, Avinash Gurbaxani, Clare L. Fraser, Peter McCluskey Published article – abstract Dry eye syndrome (DES) is characterized by an inadequate volume and/or quality of tears resulting in chronic ocular surface irritation and inflammation. Affecting up to 30 % of adults, DES has a considerable impact on visual function and quality of life. DES may complicate […]
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