If you suffer from cataracts, you might be interested in improving your vision with lens implants. Just because your vision is impaired from cataracts, doesn’t necessarily mean you need to suffer with poor vision for the rest of your life. The best thing you can do is talk with an eye surgeon about available treatment options to determine if you are a good candidate for lens implants.


    Cataracts will impair your version unless you have lens implants. During lens implant surgery, the original lens is removed from your eye and replaced with a new lens so you can see clearly after surgery is over. This new lens is placed within your eye indefinitely, and will function in the same way that your original lens worked.

    Cataracts cause the lens of the eye to become cloudy, which hinders your vision. Normally, the lens should be clear and you can easily see things through the lens, but if the lens begins to cloud, there is no way to reverse the cataract unless you have the lens replaced. Some people have a cataract in just one eye, while others might experience cataracts in both eyes.

    Most of the time, cataracts develop later in life and are related to age. As you get older, you might find it difficult to drive a car, read, or see things clearly as you move throughout the day. Typically, this eye condition isn’t painful, but it does impair your vision.


    If your vision is suffering due to cataracts, consider the benefits that can be achieved through lens implants. Eventually, cataracts can get bad enough to impact your normal daily lifestyle due to having poor vision. Don’t worry though, because your eyes can be fixed with eye surgery to have implants put into each eye.

    Many people are able to see so well after cataract surgery that they no longer need to use glasses to treat nearsightedness or farsightedness. It can be very beneficial to move throughout your day without having to worry about wearing glasses or contacts, and you will love the freedom that it brings into your life.

    Are cataracts causing you to experience problems with vision impairment? Call Silverstein Eye Centers today to make an appointment for an eye exam.

    Posted March 24, 2015 by Silverstein Eye Centers
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