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Slides and Transcript of Presentation by Dr. Michael Tolentino There are 2 classifications of macular degeneration which is the leading cause of visual loss in the developed world. The Dry form which leads to the to either the advanced DRY vision threatening GEOGRAPHIC atrophy is literally the corrosion of vision and the death of the … Continue reading Presentation: TrueBlue Lenses, The REAL Blue Light Protection Technology and a Tool to Stop the Impending Macular Degeneration Epidemic
If you do not have Melanin/Ocular Lens Pigment sunglasses, are you being adequately protected from sunlight? The answer is NO. In this issue, we will compare Melanin/Ocular Lens Pigment lenses (MOLP) with leading sun and eye glass technologies. For legal reasons, we will describe the technologies, but cannot use any brand names. Melanin/Ocular Lens Pigment … Continue reading Are You Protected from the Sun?
In our previous newsletter, we mentioned how harmful blue light is to the retina because it packs a lot of energy and contributes to the development of macular degeneration. Before we had high definition LED computer/device screens and televisions, we were not significantly exposed to blue light in the evening or indoors. While there was some exposure from fluorescent … Continue reading Preserve your vision and sleep better.
BLUE LIGHT... Why is it bad for us? VISIBLE BLUE LIGHT is the most important, yet harmful factor for our vision. On one hand, without visible light (which contains blue light) we could not see. Yet on the other hand, light is energy and has the potential to be harmful. We can define visible light by … Continue reading The Threat of Blue Light
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