Cloudy & Blurred Vision? You May Have Cataracts
Your eye works like a camera, with a clear lens that focuses images on the retina at the back of your eye. When the lens becomes cloudy and discolored, causing increasingly blurred vision, it is called a cataract.
Cataract formation is a normal part of aging. While cataracts may develop in both eyes at the same time, they do not spread from one to the other.
They are not caused and do not grow worse through overuse of the eyes, but, as a rule, develop gradually over many years. The good news is that cataracts can be successfully treated and good vision can be restored at Eye Centers of Florida.
If you’re suffering from cloudy or blurred vision, been diagnosed with cataracts, and you’re considering surgery, here are 9 Important Questions You Should Ask About Cataract Surgery. Over the next few weeks, we’ll share with you the questions you’ll want to ask your ophthalmologist such as:
- What causes a cataract?
- What are the different kinds of eye cataracts?
- How can I restore my vision?
- When is the right time for surgery?
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You don’t have to continue to suffer from cloudy or blurred vision. Dr. David C. Brown and the other doctors at Eye Centers of Florida can evaluate your eyes for signs of cataracts and welcome your questions.