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Why Does Diabetes Cause Blurry Vision?

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As a prominent global health concern, diabetes not only impacts the body’s ability to use sugar effectively but also has noticeable effects on various organ systems—including the eyes. One commonly reported complication among diabetic patients is blurred vision, a condition primarily attributed to the detrimental impact of high blood sugar levels in the blood vessels […]

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How Long Does LASIK Last? Is it Permanent?

How Long Does LASIK Surgery Last?

LASIK (Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis) is a revolutionary advancement in vision correction that has transformed countless lives by freeing them from relying on glasses and contact lenses. However, a common question often arises: How long does it last? And, more importantly, is laser eye surgery permanent? Read on to learn the longevity of LASIK vision […]

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How Does Glaucoma Affect Your Vision?

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Glaucoma damages the optic nerve in the eye and is one of the leading causes of blindness. Approximately 2.7 million Americans aged 40 and older have glaucoma and half of them don’t know they have it. Glaucoma is referred to as the “silent thief of sight” because it develops slowly and can go undetected until […]

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Can Cataract Surgery Be Redone?

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Cataracts typically develop over the course of several years and this is part of the normal aging of the eye. According to the National Eye Institute, at around age 40, the proteins in the eye start to break down and stick together. This causes cloudiness of the eye’s natural lens. People with cataracts often describe […]

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Does Medicare Cover Cataract Surgery in 2023?

Image of a senior woman having her eyes examined by an ophthalmologist. The woman is sitting in an exam chair and looking towards the camera. The image suggests that the woman is possibly covered by a Medicare plan for her cataract surgery.

When we age, some of our bodily functions start to slow or break down. That includes the organ we rely on the most for sight, brain focus, and storage/transference of information: the eyes. Around the age of 40, the proteins weaken and become cloudy in the eye’s natural lens. By age 65, one in five […]

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Can You Have a Cataract in One Eye?

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Aging doesn’t guarantee that you will develop cataracts in one or both eyes. But as an often age-related condition, your risk certainly increases with age. Fortunately, it’s a highly treatable condition and can often be managed without surgery as a first step. Regular eye examinations are an important part of the early detection of cataracts […]

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Is Blurred Vision After Cataract Surgery Normal?

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Cataract surgery can help remove the cloudy lens affecting your vision, improving your sight. If you receive this procedure, is blurry vision normal after surgery? Is blurriness nothing to worry about, or should you contact your eye doctor?  Continue reading to learn more about cataracts, including if blurry vision is normal after cataract surgery. Let’s […]

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What Increases Your Risk of Cataracts?

What Increases Your Risk of Cataracts? Cataracts are one of the leading causes of blindness. But while cataracts are treatable, they can also be preventable. Which opens the door to questioning: “What increases my risk of cataracts?” or “How do I protect myself from getting cataracts?”  Cataracts result from and are considered a normal consequence […]

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Can Cataracts Come Back After Surgery?

An ophthalmologist carefully examining the eye of an elderly man for signs of possible cataract recurrence.

Monitoring your eye health is a daily commitment, especially when dealing with something like cataracts. Getting treatment for cataracts from your eye doctor is an essential step, but what comes after? Let’s look at what cataracts are and what can cause them, including if they can come back after being removed.  What are Cataracts? A […]

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Does Everyone Get Cataracts?

Maintaining sound eye care habits is essential to eye health, whether you’re keeping up with your doctors on the latest procedures or practicing good eye health habits. Dealing with cataracts is one of those crucial eye health procedures you can monitor. But does everyone get cataracts? Let’s explore what cataracts are, their symptoms, risk factors, […]

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