Wearing sunglasses and evading exposure to environmental factors such as sunlight and UV rays as much as possible, as well as staying out of windy and dirty environments, can help to decrease or slow pterygium growth. In any case, restricting your exposure to wind, dust, pollen, smoke, and sunlight can help to slow the growth of pterygium.

For more knowledge on pterygium removal, contact Dr Swati Sinkar, a leading Adelaide local ophthalmologist who can guide you on eye care health and pterygium prevention.

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