What We Know about Cataract Prevention – and What You Can Do Now

Researchers suggest taking steps now to protect your vision in the future. Cataracts are very common, affecting the vision of more than half of Americans over the age of 60. Over time, the proteins in the eye start to join together and cloud the lens. Frustrated patients often wonder if there’s anything they can do… Read More


A Guide to the Ins and Outs of Cataract Surgery

If you’re living with cataracts, surgery can offer a safe, affordable way to get back to the activities you love. Cataracts aren’t just an inconvenience — they can have a major impact on the quality of your life. Many people find that their cataracts prevent them from participating in the activities that they love. Sadly,… Read More


8 Signs You Might Have Cataracts

  Don’t let cataracts sneak up on you — look for these warning signs so you won’t be caught by surprise. Have you ever tried to look through an icy car window or a frosted glass? That’s comparable to the experience of cataracts. Cataracts, or yellowing and thickening of the eyes’ lenses, are the most… Read More


Considering Cataract Surgery? Read Our Guide to Intraocular Lenses.

Cataract surgery removes the eye’s damaged natural lens, and replaces it with an artificial one. Selecting which lens is right for you requires a thorough understanding of the options. Over three million cataract surgeries are performed each year in the United States, making it the most common eye surgery. But patients may not know that… Read More


Coping with Cataracts: Symptoms and Treatment Options

Cataracts become increasingly common as you age. Here’s how you can manage them. Chances are you’ve heard of cataracts — you might already be suffering from them — but do you really understand the causes, symptoms, and treatments?  This quick cataracts primer will help provide a solid baseline of knowledge so you’re better prepared to manage… Read More


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