Information about diabetes-related eye disease, prevention, and treatment. (Downloadable PDFs)
Optometrist vs. Ophthalmologist
What to Expect at Your Eye Exam
Expert Interview With Dr. Kevin Blinder
Dry Eye With Diabetes
Which Sunglasses Are Best for People With Diabetes?
Why Schedule Your Annual Diabetes Eye Exam
What Is 20/20 Vision?
Floaters in Your Vision
Preparing for Your Eye Doctor Visit
Common Diabetic Eye Diseases
FAQs About Diabetes and Eye Health
When blood glucose is too high, it can affect the shape of the eye’s lens, causing blurry vision, which goes back to normal after blood glucose stabilizes. High blood glucose can also damage the blood vessels in the eyes. Managing your blood glucose helps prevent these problems.
Getting eye exams is an important part of taking care of your eyes. Here’s how to prepare.
Knowing the difference between an ophthalmologist, optometrist and retina specialist is important.
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