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    Floaters After Cataract Surgery: Is It Normal?

    Cataracts, Eye 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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    September 26, 2022
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    What Is the Recovery Time for Cataract Surgery?

    Cataracts, Eye 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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    September 26, 2022
    Center for Sight

    Can an Eye Exam Detect Cataracts?

    Cataracts

    Cataracts often come with little to no symptoms in their early stages. So, how can preventative eye care keep us ahead of potential eye problems? There are several ways that your optometrist can test your eyes for cataracts. Typically, a comprehensive eye exam includes testing for cataracts and other potential issues with your eyes. Receiving […]

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    August 23, 2022
    Center for Sight
    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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    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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    A female optometrist examining an older man's eyes

    Cataracts often come with little to no symptoms in their early stages. So, how can preventative eye care keep us ahead of potential eye problems? There are several ways that your optometrist can test your eyes for cataracts. Typically, a comprehensive eye exam includes testing for cataracts and other potential issues with your eyes. Receiving […]

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