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Patient Education Seminar on Dry Eyes

Join Dr Jean Keamy on April 29th from 6-8 to Learn about the Latest Treatments and Technologies to Treat Dry Eyes All attendees will receive a free diagnostic Lipiview Calll 508-836-8733 to reserve a spot Space is Limited! Keamy Eye & Laser Centre 24 Lyman St, Suite 130, Westboro, MA

  • Posted on: Mar 30 2014
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ANSWER TO YOUR BURNING QUESTION

Have you noticed a gritty, burning sensation in your eyes upon awakening from a night of too little sleep? If so, you may be interested to learn its possible cause(s). To begin with, the lacrimal gland just above the upper eyelid is responsible for secreting tears that keep the eyes lubricated. Some health experts believe… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 13 2013
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A CLOSER LOOK

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of vision loss and blindness among Americans aged 65 years and older, but many Baby Boomers do not even know what it is. Ignorance can be hazardous in light of the fact that the best way to prevent and treat the disorder is to have regular eye… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 13 2013
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Spring 2013 Newsletter Dr. Keamy

Special Spring Savings at KEAMY EYE & LASER CENTRE Celebrating You this Spring! Get full correction of your lines and folds with Radiesse and Belotero Balance.  Buy two full price 1.5 ml Radiesse vials and  get 1 Belotero Balance vial for free for same day injection from now through June 1, 2013.* Radiesse is great… Read More »

  • Posted on: May 6 2013
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CATARACT SURGERY’S ADDED BENEFIT

Not only does cataract surgery (replacing clouded natural lenses with clear artificial ones) enable people to see more clearly, there is also evidence of an added benefit. New research shows that people who undergo cataract surgery have a 16% reduced risk of hip fracture during the year after the procedure. In cases of individuals with… Read More »

  • Posted on: Apr 18 2013
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STEMMING THE TIDE OF BLINDNESS?

The first tests involving the use of embryonic stem cells in humans indicates that they may one day be used to help treat blindness. This possibility arises from treatment of two legally blind individuals, one with the “dry” form of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and the other with Stargradt disease that causes serious vision loss.… Read More »

  • Posted on: Sep 5 2012
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TELL-TALE SIGN

Some older people have a grey ring at the outer edge of their corneas, called a “corneal arcus,” that usually develops symmetrically but may begin as an incomplete ring. It can be yellow, white, or gray in color and is composed of lipids (fats) that have infiltrated the cornea. While this cloudy ring at the… Read More »

  • Posted on: Aug 6 2012
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