Cataract Surgery

Cataracts are among the most common eye problems and are generally associated with aging. A cataract is the clouding of the lens inside the eye. Untreated, cataracts can lead to difficulty reading, driving or engaging in other day-to-day activities. In severe cases, cataracts can even lead to blindness. The good news is that vision loss related to cataracts is reversible.  Almost 25.7 million Americans 40 or older suffer from cataracts, and that number is expected to grow 50% by 2032.

Symptoms of Cataracts

Cataracts are a normal condition of aging and can have variable impact on vision. These include glare during nighttime driving, blurry vision that is not aided with glasses or contacts, and difficulty reading print.

Other symptoms include:
>   Clouded, dim, or blurry vision

>   Difficulty seeing during night

>   Sensitivity to light and glares

>   "Halos" seem to appear around lights

>   Frequent changes in eyeglass prescription

>   Fading or yellowing of colors

>   Double vision in a single eye

Cataracts Overview

Considerations for Your IOL Choice

Comparing Laser and Traditional Cataract Surgery

Astigmatism Overview

ORA

What to Expect on the Day of Cataract Surgery

Frequently asked questions

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