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Corneal Transplant Surgery: Causes, Types, Recovery

Corneal Transplant Surgery

When 20/20 sight turns to visually impaired, your cornea is most likely to blame.  The cornea is the clear, disc-shaped lens on the eye’s front surface, which plays a pivotal role in perception by protecting the structures inside the eye, contributing to the refractive power, and focusing light rays on the retina. When damaged by […]

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Floaters After Cataract Surgery: Is It Normal?

Technology surrounding the close up of an eye to examine for floaters after cataract surgery

Cataract surgery can help you see clearly again when cataracts significantly affect your vision, making it hard to see, read, or recognize facial expressions. It’s a procedure where your surgeon removes the eye’s cloudy lens and replaces it with an artificial lens. While cataract surgery can help improve your vision, some patients may notice eye […]

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What Is the Recovery Time for Cataract Surgery?

A birds eye view of a patient undergoing cataract surgery

Vision care starts with consistency, and visiting your optometrist for regular eye exams can help ensure you’re enjoying optimal vision. Your optometrist can also check for the development of eye diseases such as cataracts.  When cataracts advance to a stage where they begin preventing you from activities of daily life such as reading or driving, […]

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Can You Drive After Cataract Surgery?

A first-person view of an older person driving a car

As our eyes age, developing cataracts is a normal occurrence. This leads to cataract surgery being a common procedure. Generally, the recovery time is quick after cataract surgery—1 to 3 days on average. In some cases, it can take a couple of weeks. But how soon can you drive afterward? Unfortunately, there isn’t a set […]

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How Does LASIK Work?

A surgeon performing laser eye surgery on a patient

Whether you’re self-conscious about wearing glasses or hate the inconvenience of using contacts, there are multiple reasons to consider eye surgery for vision correction. As medical science progresses, the options get better and more affordable all the time. Unfortunately, not everyone can get LASIK because certain things increase the risk of complications. This is why […]

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