- Consultant of ophthalmology & ophthalmic surgeries at the military medical academy.
- Consultant of ophthalmology & ophthalmic surgeries at Watany Eye Hospital.
- Fellow of the Royal college of Glasgow- UK.
- Member of the Royal college of Edinburgh – UK.
- Masters of Ophthalmology and Ophthalmic surgeries – Cairo University.
- Member of the international council of ophthalmology -Cambridge (ICO).
- Member of the European society of cataract and refractive surgery (ESCRS).
- Member of the American society of cataract and refractive surgery (ASCRS).
- Member of the Military medical academy.
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Doctor Aldemerdash Omar
Dr.Aldemerdash Omar Consultant Of Eye Surgeries and Fellow Of The Royal College (UK).
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I recommend that everyone get a complete eye exam every year. This insures good ocular health and insures we catch a problem while it’s still a small one. This is especially important if you are a contact lens wearer. You have an increased risk of serious complications that may not be evident until examined. Don’t be fooled into thinking your eyes are healthy just because you think you’re seeing clearly. Your eyes are also a good source of information regarding your overall systemic health. Diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes, M.S., high cholesterol, and many others frequently show up in the eyes, and regular eye exams can help to monitor or detect these conditions. Don’t take your vision for granted! Get your eyes examined every year.
Tired, burning, and irritated eyes are signs of dry eye syndrome, a very common condition. Women are more prone to developing dry eyes, and aging is a risk factor too. Eye dryness is often due to a decrease in the oil production in our eyelid glands, which causes the tears to evaporate too quickly. Certain medications and health issues can also contribute to dryness. There is no true cure for dry eye, but many treatments are available such as the use of artificial tears, Omega 3 nutritional supplements and prescription medications. The treatments are customized for each person and their specific condition.
Glaucoma is a condition in which the eye’s pressure (IOP) is too high. This means that your eye has too much aqueous humor in it, either because it produced too much, or because it’s not draining properly. Other symptoms are optic nerve damage and vision loss. Glaucoma is a silent disease that robs the patient of their peripheral vision. Early detection is very important.
Regular eye exams are the only way to catch “silent” diseases such as diabetes, glaucoma, vision defects in children and brain tumors and other conditions which appears in eye examination.