Questions to Ask about Cataract Surgery Recovery

Questions To Ask Your Surgeon About Cataract Surgery Recovery

Most adults over the age of 50 face the possibility of having cataracts that require surgery to remove the clouded lens of the eye and replace it with intraocular lens technology. If you and your doctor decide now is the right time for you to deal with your cataracts, you will want to know what…

Cataracts: 6 Questions To Ask Your Eye Doctor

If your world is getting a little cloudy, it may not be the weather. You could be developing cataracts, which means the lens in one of your eyes – or both eyes – has becomes partly or completely cloudy. The lens plays a vital role in helping us see clearly. When you look at something,…

The Basics: What is a Cataract?

June is Cataract Awareness Month.  To get started, let’s answer the question: What is a cataract? The simplest explanation is the lens of the eye is no longer clear. The lens is the clear part of the eye that helps to focus light into the eye that then signals the brain to “see” images. The…

Active Vision For Active Lifestyles

The Baby Boomer generation has spent their entire lives creating everything new; a new economy, new technology, new culture. So it isn’t surprising to find they’ve redefined what it means to be in retirement. The new retirement is active, focused, purposeful and productive – adding meaning and memories to lives well lived. There is fun…

What Are Vision Correcting Intraocular Lenses or IOLs?

You’ve been diagnosed with a cataract. Maybe you’ve known for a while. The telltale vision symptoms – cloudiness, blurring, and glare – have been steadily getting worse. The glasses or contact lenses you’ve been wearing most of your life for your nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, or combination of vision problems just aren’t helping. So, you and…

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