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Can-C eye drops

Can-C™ Eye Drops

November 25th, 2016

Can-C eye drops

Can-C™ Eye Drops – The non-surgical cataract treatment also being used for a number of other visual problems.

These include

  • Dry eye syndrome – where your eyes don’t produce enough tears, and become “dry”
  • Contact lens lubricant – to stop the eyes becoming irritated, sticky or hazy
  • Corneal disorders including Keratitis (inflammation of the cornea), corneal dystrophies (cloudy vision) and eye herpes (aka ocular herpes), an infection of the eye.
  • Computer vision syndrome – this is where you have eye strain caused by looking at a screen for too long
  • Eye strain – caused by other intense use, such as driving long distances without a break
  • Ocular inflammation – can occur due to many causes including infection, allergies or injury
  • Blurred vision – a disturbance in vision that makes it hard to see or focus
  • Presbyopia – errors in the lens that makes the vision refractive and stops light focusing on the retina properly. It makes it hard to focus on objects close up
  • Retinal diseases – including retinal detachment, macular holes and macular degenration
  • Vitreous opacities and lesions – these can occur due to a number of reasons including inflammation, hemorrhage and degeneration
  • Complications of diabetes mellitus and other systemic diseases – very common in affecting the eyesight
  • Open-angle primary glaucoma – where a blockage causes the pressure in the eye to rise. This can damage the optic nerve


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