Dog Cataract Surgery Atlanta – The Safe Alternative?
Considering cataract surgery for your dog in Atlanta?
If so, then please take the time to watch Dr. Elizabette Cohen’s personal success story using Ethos Carnosine eye drops to reverse her own dog’s cataracts. As you are about to see, NAC Carnosine eye drops a natural, non-invasive, safe and cost effective alternative to cataract surgery for people and animals.
Dr. Elizabette Cohen’s success with her dog’s cataracts
My name is Dr. Elizabette Cohen and I have been practicing high quality medicine and surgery in New York since 1988. I am the WCBS 880 news radio vet delivering ‘Healthy and Happy Pet’ reports heard every Saturday and Sunday on the radio and internet.
I am the author of ‘Most of My Patients Wear Fur’, ‘Tales of Small Animals’ and ‘Their Big City Vet’. This site is all about helping you keep your pet healthy, happy and free of visually impairing eye conditions including cataracts and glaucoma.
Please listen to Dr. Cohen’s overview of cataracts in dogs, their complications and the success she personally experienced with Ethos NAC Carnosine eye drops.
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Ethos Bright Eyes Eye Drops - FAQ
Will the Bright Eye drops help steroid induced cataracts?
Yes Bright Eyes works with steroid induced cataracts… but if you are still taking the steroids you will need to use the drops a lot more often than somebody who isn’t on steroid drugs. Apply one drop into each eye hourly throughout the day; 8, 9, 10 times a day will be ideal. The initial stinging sensation should only last for about 1 minute – everyone’s pain thresholds are different and most people say they don’t really feel much discomfort at all, right the way through to a very small percentage of people who say that they feel them stinging a lot. It’s not harmful though and is caused by the drops passing through the cornea of the eye into the aqueous humour below where the lens is located.
What effect, if any, does your product have on floaters and other vitreous opacities?
Glycation plays a serious role in the breakdown of the structure of the vitreous fluid within the eye known as the aqueous humour. This is the Jell-O-like material that fills the inside of the eyeball. This breakdown leads to the gradual shrinking and liquefaction (syneresis) of the vitreous gel, so that by the time the average person is in his or her nineties, nearly half of the vitreous gel has degenerated into an unstructured goo.
Syneresis ultimately leads to tiny ‘cave-ins’, in which the vitreous gel collapses away from the retina. These micro-collapses often underlie ‘floaters’ and light flashes, and they can ultimately cause the retina’s sensory and pigment layers to tear apart (known as retinal detachment), causing devastating damage to the vision. On top of this, new evidence has emerged to suggest that syneresis is also a major contributing factor to the formation of nuclear cataracts. So test-tube studies have shown that Carnosine can prevent early glycation products from degrading the hyaluronan fluid of the vitreous gel, and animal studies have shown that injected Carnosine protects the lens of the eye from toxic lipid peroxide products in the vitreous gel, which reinforce the idea that the application of a topical Carnosine supplement solution in the form of eye drops might very well provide a powerful defense against these deleterious processes that age our eyes.
By applying Ethos Bright Eyes Drops daily into each eye they help to protect the eyes against degenerative eye diseases whilst also helping to rejuvenate and maintain the vitreous gel in good condition. This will help to reduce the problems with any existing floaters whilst also helping to protect the eye against any new floaters from forming.
Will the Bright Eyes Drops have any measurable affect if used after failed cataract surgery?
Unfortunately there are approximately 1% of people who are left blind in one eye when their cataract operation fails. The Doctors then won’t operate on the one still good remaining eye and so then our Bright Eyes eye drops are the only option left to treat and save their sight in their other eye.
Currently, once someone has been blinded in one eye like this, there is unfortunately nothing more than can be done to save their sight in that eye. That is the biggest risk and danger of undergoing invasive cataracts surgery.
Suggested Use | Storage | Cautions:
1-2 drops in each eye 1-8 times a day or as directed by a your professional health physician. Lean head back and look up. With clean fingers, gently pull down your bottom eyelid your eyelids gently open. Bring the nozzle of the bottle close to your eye. Use a mirror to help you if needed. Press slightly on the bottle to release one drop at a time. DO NOT BLINK OR OPEN THE EYE FOR AT LEAST ONE MINUTE (PLEASE COUNT 60 SECONDS, DO NOT GUESS ONE MINUTE).
Repeat this procedure after one minute if a second drop is used. Closing the eye allows each drop to be absorbed into the eye tissue. Blinking, even one or two times, will cause most of the solution to come out of the eye.
A slight stinging may occur when the eye is very dry or the pH of the eye is different from the solution; however this slight stinging should dissipate in a 5 to 10 seconds.
Ethos Bright Eyes can be stored at normal room temperature, however, to obtain maximum shelf life Ethos Bright Eyes should be stored in the refrigerator. DO NOT FREEZE.
To avoid contamination, do not touch the tip of container to your eye, your eyelid, or any surface. Replace the cap immediately after use. Open only one container of solution at a time. Do not allow other people to use your container. Do not use if seal is broken or if solution changes color or becomes cloudy. Not recommended for children under the age of 12 years.
If the eye tissue becomes more inflamed, red, irritated or uncomfortable after using this product, immediately discontinue the use of product and consult an eye-physician if necessary. Keep out of the reach of children.