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Many eye diseases have no early symptoms. They may be painless, and you may see no change in your vision until the disease has become quite advanced.

The single best way to protect your vision is through regular professional eye examinations. Of course, between examinations, if you notice a change in your vision – or you think your eye may be injured in any way – contact your eye care professional immediately.

Some of the more common diseases are detailed below:

Amblyopia   Iritis
Artery Occlusion Keratoconus
Basal Cell Carcinoma Macular Degeneration
Blepharitis Macular Oedema
  Macular Hole
Central Serous Chorioretinopathy Naevus
Chalazion (Stye) Neovascularization of the Cornea
Chemical Burn Neovascularization of the Optic Nerve Head
Choroidal Neovascular Membrane  
Cogan's Dystrophy Ocular Histoplasmosis
Colour Blindness Ocular Rosacea
Computer Vision Syndrome Optic Neuritis
Corneal Ulcer Pinguecula
Cytomegalovirus Posterior Capsular Opacification
Dacryocystitis Ptosis
Diabetic Retinopathy  
Dry Eyes  
  Recurrent Corneal Erosion
Ectropion Retinal Tear
Entropion Retinal Detachment
Epi-retinal membrane Retinitis Pigmentosa
Episcleritis Retrolental Fibroplasia (ROP)
Flashes & Floaters  
Foreign Body Scleritis
Fovea Subconjunctival Haemorrhage
Fuchs' Corneal Dystrophy  
Glaucoma Temporal Arteritis
Headaches Uveitis
Herpes Simplex  
Herpes Zoster Vein Occlusion
Hyphaema Vitreous Detachment