I Have Cataracts... Now What?

If you’ve been noticing a gradual blurring of your vision, and your eye doctor confirmed you have cataracts, you might be feeling a bit overwhelmed. No one wants to have this progressive cloudiness, hardening, and yellowing of the normally transparent lens of the eye, as it can interfere with your daily life. Worse yet, you might’ve heard that cataracts are still one of the two leading causes of vision impairment (including blindness) around the world.

Posted in Cataract Information

How to Prepare for Cataract Surgery

If you’ve been told you have cataracts and have scheduled cataract surgery to remove your cloudy lens, you’re probably looking forward to having clearer vision soon. But while excited, many patients also feel a little bit of nervousness about what to expect, and how to prepare for the procedure. In order to help you feel completely comfortable as your surgery date gets closer, here are some tips for optimal preparation for cataract surgery.  

Posted in Cataract Information

What are the Benefits of Choosing Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery?

If you’ve been told you have cataracts, it can be a scary and unsettling time. But even so, finding out about this eye condition early enough increases your chances of having a successful cataract surgery and getting through the experience with no lasting damage. The other good news is that cataract removal is generally considered one of the safest types of ophthalmic procedures available. However, did you know there are two versions of cataract surgery you can get? Here’s some more information.

Posted in Cataract Information

How Your Vision Changes as You Age

We often are asked by patients about what vision changes are normal at every age, and whether they should be concerned about age related eye problems or eye diseases commonly associated with older age. To help you out, here’s a breakdown of what to expect, along with some tips for what you can do to positively impact your eyesight and eye health as you age. 

Posted in Presbyopia, Nearsightedness, Cataract Information

Signs of Cataracts in Your Loved Ones

In case you haven’t yet heard, this month is Cataracts Awareness Month. While cataracts can develop at nearly any age, they’re most commonly discovered after age 60. But even if you’re not yet near that age, it’s still important to know the symptoms of cataracts so you can help identify signs of cataracts in loved ones. After all, cataracts are the leading cause of blindness around the world but can almost always be treated or removed if caught early enough.

Posted in Cataract Information

Stay updated with the latest info on eye surgery.