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Guide to Cataracts

  • What are Cataracts?

    A cataract is the clouding of the eye’s focusing lens,  causing blurry vision and vision loss. This condition is painless and usually develops gradually over time. It is the most common cause of vision loss in people over the age of 45.
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  • Can I Prevent Cataracts Naturally?

    The good news is there are steps you can take to help reduce your risk of cataracts, or at least delay their onset. There is no scientific proof that cataracts can be prevented entirely, unfortunately, as we age, cataracts are simply inevitable.
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  • When Should I Have Cataract Surgery?

    Over 50% of all adults will begin to develop a cataract by the time they reach 60. When cataracts first develop, you may not even notice any changes to your vision. However, as cataracts worsen, the clouding effects on your eye’s lens increases in severity, and blurry or distorted vision will begin to affect your performance of daily activities
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  • Cataract FAQs

    The top 12 questions by patients to their eye doctors on cataracts.
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  • Cataract Surgery: What to Expect

    Cataract surgery is one of the safest, most effective ocular surgeries— improving vision for over 95 percent of patients. Are cataracts significantly affecting your vision and performance of regular activities? You may be a candidate for cataract surgery.
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  • Cataracts: Top 5 Myths and Facts 

    Have you been told you have cataracts, but not sure about the myths and facts? Here are the top 5 myths and facts about cataracts.
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