Advice for those with Cataracts

Cataracts are the clouding of the natural lens inside the eye. This clouding takes place at different paces. Some cataracts develop quite rapidly and others take their sweet time. When your daily activities start to be interrupted or become more difficult due to your vision impairment from the cataract…it is time to have cataract surgery. … Read More Advice for those with Cataracts

Cataract Risk Factors

A cataract is a visual disturbance that occurs when proteins clump together and cloud the lens of the eye. Cataracts can make vision blurry or dull, sometimes with a brownish tint. Certain groups of people are at a higher risk of developing cataracts because of their age, health status or medications. Here, the cataract surgeons … Read More Cataract Risk Factors

IOLs: Standard vs. Lifestyle Lenses

An intraocular lens (IOL) or lens implant is what enables clear vision after cataract surgery. The tiny, clear lens is implanted in the eye after the natural, cataract-diseased lens of the eye has been removed, and it replaces the focusing power of a healthy lens. Patients with IOLs cannot see or feel the lens, but … Read More IOLs: Standard vs. Lifestyle Lenses