Blocked tear duct
A blocked tear duct prevents your tears from draining well. Learn about the causes, symptoms and treatments of blocked tear ducts
5 reasons to look after your eyes
It's common to develop serious eye conditions as you age, or through illness and injury, but there is plenty you can do to protect your eyes from damage.
Small specks, cobweb-like strands or clouds that move across your vision are called eye floaters. You can learn more about eye floaters here.
Find information on common eye diseases, such as conjunctivitis, glaucoma, refractive errors, cataracts, colour blindness, diabetic retinopathy and keratoconus.
Dry eye disease
Dry eye disease is a common condition that happens when your eyes don't produce enough tears. Your eyes may feel sore and gritty and your vision blurry.
What does an ophthalmologist do?
Ophthalmologists (also called eye doctors or eye surgeons) specialise in eye diseases. Learn what ophthalmologists do – they are not the same as optometrists.
Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that damage the optic nerve. It affects 1 in 10 Australians aged over 80, but glaucoma can strike at any age. Read on to learn more about glaucoma symptoms, treatments and causes.
Eye infections can be caused by either viruses or bacteria, or occasionally by a fungus. Learn about possible treatment options.
The retina is a collection of light sensitive nerve cells at the back of the eyeball. Retinal disorders damage these delicate cells and reduce someone’s ability to see.
Astigmatism is may be present from birth, develop as you age, or may be due to injury or disease. Learn more about symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options of astigmatism.