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Category: Cataracts

When Is It Time For Cataract Surgery?

Cataracts are a common feature of getting older. As we age, the lenses in our eyes become cloudy and make it difficult to see. But it isn’t only the elderly affected by cataracts– most people above the age of forty are at increased risk. For some, cataracts are annoying but develop slowly. With slow development,… Read More

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5 Questions To Ask Your Cataract Surgeon

Cataract surgery, like any surgery, may seem a little daunting. But cataract surgery is a common procedure that’s very safe and effective. Because of how common the procedure is, there are many surgeons who perform it and most have a lot of experience. It’s important to know as much as you can before you have… Read More

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What Are My IOL Options?

Advancements in cataract surgery have come a long way. Patients no longer have to wear thick glasses or special cataracts to see after surgery. Instead, intraocular lenses now allow people to see better than before! Keep reading to learn more about your IOL options with Georgia Eye Associates!   IOLs have changed significantly over the… Read More

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Common FAQs About Cataracts

When it comes to surgery, knowledge is power. Perhaps you are starting to notice some of the early symptoms of cataracts, have already have been diagnosed, or love someone who has cataracts. In any case, it’s wise to have a basic understanding of this extremely common condition in order to be able to advocate on… Read More

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3 Unexpected Benefits of Cataract Surgery

Cataracts — and the diminished vision that they cause — are an inevitable part of aging. Thanks to a safe and quick surgical procedure, it’s now easier than ever to remove cataracts and restore good eyesight. But did you know that cataract removal offers other benefits as well? Decreased Risk of Falls Visual impairment of… Read More

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How and Why Cataracts Develop

Cataracts are a common, age-related eye-condition affecting people who are age 60 and over. More than 200,000 US cases are diagnosed per year. In fact, about 70 percent of people over the age of 75 have cataracts. The condition can be chronic or lifelong and is treatable by a medical professional. So how and why… Read More

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How to Recognize the Signs of Cataracts

Cataracts are a common eye condition that usually happens as a result of aging. The condition affects millions of individuals in the United States alone. In fact, by the time they reach the age of 80, over half of all Americans have either had cataracts or cataract surgery. A cataract forms when the proteins in… Read More

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How to Care for a Loved One Who is Living With Cataracts

Cataracts are a common problem for many elderly patients. Cataracts form when the lens of the eye becomes cloudy and vision is progressively impaired. For seniors, living with cataracts can cause a number of challenges. They may have difficulty driving, reading, and performing everyday tasks that used to be easy. This means many seniors will… Read More

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How to Manage the Symptoms of Your Cataracts

There is no doubt that living with cataracts comes with its share of challenges. Tasks that you used to perform with little thought — like driving to the grocery store or reading a recipe — suddenly seem to take an incredible amount of time and energy. Many people find that eventually, cataract surgery is the… Read More

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The Biggest Benefits of Cataract Surgery

Cataracts, a common part of the aging process, occur when the lens of the eye becomes cloudy, making it hard to see clearly. They often develop slowly over time and in the earliest stages, there may be little to no symptoms. However, as they progress, your vision problems will become more noticeable and it may… Read More

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