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  • Cataract Surgery Complications in the Elderly Cataract is one of those old-age buzzwords. You hear it and think, “aw, they are old!” or worse, “ugh, I’m getting old.” Luckily, cataract surgery for seniors is common, exceptionally safe, and has a 99% success rate. Cataract Surgery for Elderly Adults - Common Questions ... Continue Reading
  • Complications of Untreated Cataracts What is happening to my vision? Are you experiencing poor vision in low lighting? Do you have to turn on overhead lights when a lamp used to be sufficient? How about the glare you’ve been seeing as a car approaches you while driving at night, or the halo that appears around ... Continue Reading
  • How Do I Know if I have Cataracts? For many, as they age, cataracts become a part of daily life. But because cataracts progress slowly, older adults may not even realize they have them or realize just how extensively the cataracts are compromising their vision. That said, there are some warning signs you ... Continue Reading
  • Cataracts in Elderly Patients Cataracts in Elderly Patients As some have said, aging isn’t for the faint of heart. It is not always a pleasant experience as aches and pains and health issues seem to crop up faster than a storm on a hot summer’s day. Cataracts are part of the aging process reality for ... Continue Reading
  • Caring for Seniors with Cataracts If you have elderly loved ones, chances are that at some point, they’ll experience cataracts. Cataracts are the leading cause of vision loss in the United States and affect about half of people age 75 and older, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians. A ... Continue Reading