Cataracts are one of the leading causes of vision loss in the United States yet can be corrected to restore a person’s eyesight with accurate and precise technology.
What are the signs of cataracts?
A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s natural lens that affects many of us as we age.
- People with cataracts often have blurry or double vision.
- Colors start to appear dull or muted.
- Sunlight seems overly bright or glaring.
- Driving at night becomes difficult due to glare or halos. around traffic lights and signs.
- Your eyeglass prescription changes too often and still is not perfect.
The sooner you address your eye concerns and how they affect your everyday activities, the sooner you can enjoy your new restored vision. A cataract left untreated may lead to blindness.
Adult cataracts develop slowly over time, beginning at around age 55. The American Academy of Ophthalmology reports that by age 75, about 70% of people will have cataracts.
Experience and Expertise to See Your Very Best
Early diagnosis is important for maintaining good eye health. Fortunately, we live in a time when correcting cataracts is easily accessible, and the results you can get from The Rand Eye Institute can be extraordinary. Ask about Rand Eye’s Custom Laser Cataract Surgery with the LenSx® Procedure and the various options available to provide your best corrected vision. Schedule a comprehensive eye exam today.