Signs That May Indicate That You've Developed Cataracts

As you age, you will want to make sure that you stay well aware of the signs that may indicate that you have developed cataracts. This way, should you suspect that you are dealing with such eye problems, you will know that it is time to contact your trusted optometrist. You Might Have Cloudy Vision This is not usually something that happens overnight. It is a symptom that generally starts mildly and will progress as the months or years pass by. [Read More]

Why Do You Get Eye Floaters?

Most people go through their daily lives with nothing impeding their vision, so if you're seeing something moving across your vision, it can be quite alarming. These are eye floaters, and while not everyone experiences them, many do. If you think you might have eye floaters, read on to find out what you need to know. What are Eye Floaters Eye floaters are actually not a foreign substance or something that got into your eye. [Read More]

Caring For Your Contact Lenses: What You Should Know

Contact lenses allow you to see clearly, but if you aren't taking care of your lenses properly, they may actually inhibit your ability to see. Caring for your lenses is important to prevent eye infections, prevent dryness and prevent your vision from worsening. If you experience difficulties with your eyes or your contact lenses, be sure to contact your local ophthalmologist. Read on for lens care tips. Use Contact Lens Solution [Read More]

3 Things To Know About Cataract Surgery

Cataracts can have a major impact on vision and daily life. Our eyes have lenses that bend the light that enters our eyes and helps us see. The lens in an eye is supposed to be clear. However, clouding of the lenses can occur and when this happens it's referred to as cataracts. Cataracts tend to worsen with age. They can begin to impact your vision as early as your 40s and 50s but tend to cause the most problems after age 60. [Read More]