Archive | Cataract Surgery

Cataract Removal and your Sleep

Cataracts impede optimal vision. The cloudiness of the natural lens creates a physical risk, especially for seniors who are already at a higher risk for falls and other accidents. But sleep? Is it possible that having cataracts could be an obstacle to a good night’s sleep? According to a few studies, there may be something […]

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When’s the Best Time to Have Cataract Surgery?

The American Academy of Ophthalmology estimated that nearly 70 percent of the population will develop cataracts at one point by the age of 70. By and large, this is a result of lenses becoming thicker with age, making them less flexible and less transparent at the same time. Although surgery is the standard treatment of […]

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Cataracts – How Can I Get Rid of Them?

Cataracts are a vision problem that usually affects people in the latter part of their lives. It is characterized by cloudy vision and can make it hard for the patient to drive at night and recognize faces. Although  people over the age of 65 are more likely to have this problem, younger people can develop […]

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Cataract Surgery: Making the Decision

Although cataract surgery may sound like a complex procedure at first, what it involves is quite simple. By and large, the cataract surgeon will simply remove the clouded natural lens and replace it with a lens implant. In the past, cataract surgery was only performed once the cataract was well-developed.   However, that may not be the […]

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Recovering from Your Cataract Surgery in Ohio

Cataract surgeries are quite short, lasting less than 15 to 30 minutes or so. Extra time may be needed for post-surgery evaluation and instructions. To quickly recover from your Ohio cataract surgery, we recommend the following recovery tips: Have someone drive you home after the surgery. Do not ever attempt to drive until your eye doctor […]

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