Caring For Your Eyes After Cataract Surgery

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Cataracts are a common consequence of aging that causes an eye’s lens to become cloudy, affecting vision. The surgery to remove them involves removing the cloudy lens and replacing it with an artificial one. It typically takes less than an hour and the patient usually returns home the same day. Although complications of cataract surgery are rare, there are some precautions you should take to ensure a smooth recovery. When You Go Home…

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What To Expect At A Contact Lens Fitting

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If you have been wearing glasses for a long time and have finally decided that you want to be fitted for contact lenses, you may be wondering what to expect. Being fitted for contact lenses is slightly different than being fitted for eyeglasses. Your eye doctor will need to fit your contact lenses comfortably. If they’re not sitting comfortably in your eyes, they can cause discomfort, make your vision blurry, and in severe cases may also cause damage to your eyes.…

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Understanding the Steps Can Help Ease Your Worries About Cataract Surgery

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When you’re scheduled for cataract surgery, your doctor will typically reassure you that this is a common, safe surgery and that the use of lasers makes it very consistent and precise. All of this is true. But if you’re someone who tends to fear things you do not understand, you may want a bit more of an explanation of what, exactly, is going to happen during the operation. Read on to better prepare for your appointment.…

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