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Do I Need My Cataracts Removed?

Cataracts are a common condition in people that are over the age of 40. They’re so common, in fact, that cataract surgery is the most frequently performed medical procedure in the United States. If you have cataracts, chances are you’ll need to have them removed at some point. But when should that happen? It’s different [...]

Do I Need My Cataracts Removed?2020-05-29T15:13:04+00:00

Can You Be Too Young For Cataracts?

It’s a common misconception that cataracts only affect the elderly. While it’s true that most cataracts occur because of aging, it's not the only reason that cataracts can develop. Many people start developing cataracts as young as age 40. However, cataracts can occur at any age. Some people are even born with them. Keep reading [...]

Can You Be Too Young For Cataracts?2020-03-31T16:35:51+00:00

Are You Suffering From One Of These Signs Of Cataracts?

As we age, most people experience vision changes that impact our ability to see and experience the world with clear vision. This can include cataracts, which are an extremely common side effect of aging. While they are often mistaken for standard vision decline, cataracts commonly begin to develop in the eyes of individuals aged 40 [...]

Are You Suffering From One Of These Signs Of Cataracts?2020-02-28T14:06:29+00:00

Follow These Tips for a Safe Recovery from Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery is one of the most common medical procedures in the country. Almost everyone will get cataracts at some point if they live long enough, as the clouding of the eye’s lens is a natural part of aging. Cataract surgery is the only way to restore vision and effectively treat cataracts. While cataract surgery [...]

Follow These Tips for a Safe Recovery from Cataract Surgery2020-01-16T16:34:20+00:00

4 Tips To Follow When Choosing An IOL

If you’re about to get cataract surgery, congratulations! Cataract surgery can completely restore vision slowly lost because of cataracts. Having your cataracts removed can feel like having a whole new view of the world. But before having cataract surgery, you have to decide what kind of artificial lens you want. During cataract surgery, the eye’s [...]

4 Tips To Follow When Choosing An IOL2019-11-21T17:19:00+00:00

Cataract Surgery 101

Cataracts are the number one cause of vision loss in the United States. The condition is quite common for adults aged 40 and up, and generally develops slowly over time. Many people who get cataracts don’t even notice the condition until their symptoms become severe. The good news is that cataracts are treatable. If you [...]

Cataract Surgery 1012019-09-27T20:29:33+00:00

Standard IOLs vs. Premium IOLs

If your doctor has recommended cataract surgery, you may already be familiar with options for IOLs. Cataract surgery removes the lens in your eye that has become cloudy. The lens is an important part of being able to see. During cataract surgery, your cloudy lens is replaced with an artificial lens. This artificial lens is [...]

Standard IOLs vs. Premium IOLs2019-06-20T13:42:10+00:00

The Worst Advice About Cataracts

Cataracts are a common condition. If you live long enough, you will eventually get cataracts. Because cataracts take time to grow, many people begin to develop them in their forties. Their impact on vision becomes greater over time. Despite how common cataracts are, there is a lot of misinformation out there about the condition. Worse, [...]

The Worst Advice About Cataracts2019-04-29T20:38:14+00:00

What Happens During Cataract Surgery?

Cataract surgery is one of the most common medical procedures performed. The operation has been around for many years and has evolved thanks to modern technology and ongoing research. Though the technology has evolved, the basic principles of the procedure have remained the same. Although we ask that patients arrive about an hour before their [...]

What Happens During Cataract Surgery?2019-08-01T14:13:01+00:00

What Do I Do If I Have Cataracts and Glaucoma?

Cataracts and glaucoma are common eye conditions that develop as a natural result of aging. It isn’t unheard of to have glaucoma and cataracts at the same time. While managing the symptoms of two eye diseases may seem difficult, treatment for cataracts and glaucoma can help prolong your vision and prevent permanent blindness. Keep reading [...]

What Do I Do If I Have Cataracts and Glaucoma?2019-03-29T15:48:48+00:00
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