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Dr. Wnorowski is Board Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, having passed his board certification exam in the top two percent of the country. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, AOA (the National Medical Honor Society) and a Diplomat of the American Board of Medical Examiners.

11 Bad Contact Lens Habits That Can Ruin Your Vision

11 Bad Contact Lens Habits1-    Sleeping in your contacts- Number one risk factor for corneal ulcers which can lead to severe vision loss and need for a corneal transplant. Your cornea needs oxygen from the atmosphere because it has no blood vessels.  The cornea is already deprived of oxygen somewhat when you have your eyes...
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Which Eye Diseases Run in Families?

Family History of Eye DiseasesIn adults the two main eye diseases that have a genetic link are glaucoma and age related macular degeneration (AMD). Glaucoma is a deterioration of the optic nerve caused by pressure in the eye or poor blood flow to the optic nerve. It has no symptoms at its onset. In most cases...
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Blue Light and Eye Health, Reality or Hype?

blue light and its eye health effectsIn trying to answer that question there are several topics we need to explore. Sunlight Exposure and Damage to the Eye. There have been multiple studies over the years that have shown that excessive exposure to sunlight may cause damage to the eye and the eyelids. There is a very strong...
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What type of anesthesia do they use for cataract surgery?

Cataract Surgery Options at Shore Eye AssociatesThe majority of cataract surgeries done in the US are done with a local anesthetic and IV sedation. The local anesthesia may be accomplished in one of two ways: either an injection of anesthetic around the eye or anesthetic eye drops placed on the eye that is often combined with an...
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Problems after cataract surgrr...

I had surgery in my right eye 4 months ago and had injections for block. I have double vision when i look far left and right. Dr s... Read More
Monday, 22 October 2018 02:45
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Double vision

Double vision after an anesthesia injection around the eye for cataract surgery is a fairly uncommon but known complication afterw... Read More
Monday, 22 October 2018 12:19
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What are the most dangerous sports for eye injuries? UPDATED

Sports Eye Injury What are the most dangerous sports for eye injuries? UPDATED Philadelphia Phillies prospect Matt Imhof has lost his right eye after suffering a freak injury during a normal training session on June 25th. He was the 47th overall pick in the 2014 draft. Even though his injury did not occur...
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