Kwame Amanfoh, a CEENTA ophthalmic technician who has helped hundreds of people in villages throughout Ghana get free eye screenings and glasses, has gone one step further and helped a woman there get treatment for a serious eye injury she received as a child.
Diabetes is a serious condition affecting more than 29 million Americans. While someone with diabetes has to see a number of doctors for this condition, it’s important they not forget that an ophthalmologist should be one of them.
While a day in the sun can be fun, too much can be dangerous. However, a good sunscreen can block 97 percent or more of the sun’s radiation.
The weather is getting warmer and grilling season is almost upon us. But when you pull out the grill, you should also get rid of your wire-bristle grill brushes. The bristles can fall off when you clean your grill and get stuck in your food, and that can be very dangerous. CEENTA otolaryngologist Sajeev K. Puri, MD talks about what could happen if you swallow a bristle and what safe alternatives you should use instead.
The CEENTA family will grow next week when Ophthalmologist Joshua Rheinbolt, MD, joins our practice on July 5.
As people head out into the mountains and forests to go camping this summer, they might be worried their allergies will get worse because they’re spending more time outside. After all, more time outside means more pollen means worse allergies, right? Not necessarily.