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Does Cataract Surgery Correct Vision?

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Cataracts are a natural part of aging and people may have some cataract development at 40. Cataracts usually develop gradually over time, and you may not notice any changes to your vision in the early stages. With no initial symptoms, it’s essential to have regular eye exams to check for eye conditions such as cataracts. […]

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How Long Between Cataract Surgery On Each Eye?

An elderly woman getting an eye patch on her eye after cataract surgery.

Typically, cataracts aren’t something a person has to worry about until later in life. But there are times when your eye doctor may see signs of their development earlier in life during a routine eye examination. The thing about cataracts is that once one eye gets one, chances are high that the other will also […]

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What Is the First Sign Of Cataracts?

Dr. Jitendra Swarup: The Ophthalmology Experts

Spotting Cataracts Your eye doctor can detect changes to your eyes during routine eye exams. They’ll also check your overall eye health and monitor for vision problems. Often, the first signs of eye conditions are only visible in microscopic images or discovered using advanced diagnostic technology. Cataracts can be seen by the naked eye in […]

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What Are the Different Types of Cataracts?

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Cataracts are one of the leading causes of vision impairment and blindness globally. Although cataracts may sound like a problem that only affects older people—the majority are over 50 years—it can affect all ages.  Cataracts can develop over time and gradually worsen. It’s a disease that causes cloudy vision, where objects become blurry, and activities […]

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