Three Types of Cataracts and Their Treatments

What Is a Cataract? A cataract is the buildup of proteins in the lens within the eye. This protein buildup creates cloudiness and opacity within the lens. In turn, the vision becomes blurred, hazy, faded or generally worsened. Cataracts are a highly common condition that can occur naturally, typical as we get older. In America,… Continue Reading →

After Cataract Surgery: Dos and Don’ts

Vision loss due to the development of a cataract in the eye is highly common. Fortunately, cataract surgery is safe, frequently conducted, and painless. By replacing your natural (clouded) lens with an artificial one, you will experience restored vision without the risk of cataracts returning in the future. Once you have completed your cataract surgery… Continue Reading →

Preparing for Cataract Surgery

A cataract is a common medical condition where protein builds up in the lens of the eye, making it progressively more opaque and cloudy. This creates blurred or compromised vision that will likely worsen as the severity of the cataract increases. Fortunately, this is a relatively common condition which can be treated easily through cataract… Continue Reading →

Common Eye Surgeries for Every Age Group

As we age, it is natural that the health and performance of our eyes will change and eventually need an intervention to maintain effectiveness. These changes happen at varying rates, impacted by factors like genetics and health-related behaviors. When considering treatment options, we must also assess how our eyesight affects our daily lives, taking into… Continue Reading →