How Old Should I Be For A Cataract Screening?

If you have vision problems, you should always contact your eye doctor immediately. If you have cataracts, sometimes it’s a waiting game. Why? Most people won’t start developing cataracts until they are around forty years old. Even when they start developing, it may take years before they affect your vision. So when should you start…

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What If I Have Dry Eye and Cataracts?

It is not uncommon for patients to have both dry eye and cataracts at the same time. After all, both of their biggest risk factors are getting older. Cataract surgery involves incisions, meaning that eye tissue is cut. This can worsen a preexisting dry eye problem. Does that mean that you will be unable to…

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3 Tips For Choosing An IOL

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Developing cataracts is a stressful part of getting older. In the end, it’s something that everyone goes through! The loss of vision, colors, and painful glare in your eyesight can be discouraging, to say the least. But there is some good news. Due to cataracts being so prevalent, cataract surgery is a state-of-the-art procedure! In…

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