Having diabetes, a metabolic condition or disease that affects the body’s ability to generate enough insulin, may increase your chance of having other eye conditions. If you have diabetes, you need to be aware of the types of diabetc eye diseases that could affect you. Most importantly, you need to be proactive about your eye […]
You’ve probably heard the term “cataracts” – and know it involves the eye – but maybe you’re not quite sure about the specifics. The term cataract refers to the clouding of the lens of the eye. If you consider that the lens of the eye is similar to the lens of a camera, it’s easy […]
Dr. Steven Zeldes describes his experience with Google Glass and explores ways in which it could enhance electronic medical record workflow.
What is glaucoma? Glaucoma is the name for a group of eye diseases that damage the optic nerve. The optic nerve, which carries information from the eye to the brain, is in the back of the eye. When the nerve is damaged, you can lose your vision. At first, people with glaucoma lose side (peripheral) […]
Dr. Zeldes recently tested Google glasses to explore the possibilities of medical applications. He was among the first physicians in the world to test and use Google Glass – a wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display. Dr. Jennifer Ware, an assistant professor in MSU’s School of Journalism is one of thousands of individuals chosen […]
The Zeldes Eye Center office was recently remodeled. The new editions, updates and beautification of the office was completed May 8th, 2013. Staff and patients are enjoying the updates to the facilities. Stop by the office soon for your next appointment to see the new remodel. We hope you enjoy and like the new look. […]
Weighing the pros and cons of getting refractive surgery can be a daunting task. And for some, it may be one of the most important and scary decisions you will have to make. This blog post is aimed to give you some insight into surface treatments, an alternative to LASIK – taking away some of the stress and […]