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Laser Cataract Surgery: Frequently Asked Questions

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According to theAmerican Academy of Ophthalmology, approximately 24.4 million Americans over 40 have cataracts. Additionally, around one-half of American over 75 are living with cataracts. When cataracts begin to greatly impede an individual’s ability to work or enjoy their typical quality of life, their doctor might recommend laser cataract surgery. Here are a few answers to some frequently asked questions about laser cataract surgery. How Is Laser Cataract Surgery Different From Traditional Cataract Surgery? Read More»

What To Expect With Your Cataract Eye Surgery: 4 Preparation Tips

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The decision to have cataract eye surgery may not have come lightly. It’s a surgery that is usually done within a surgical center. It doesn’t take long to perform the surgery, but does take some time to recover. You should know ahead of time what to expect after the surgery is performed and what preparation you need to do prior to having this surgery to aid in your recovery. Read on for four preparation tips to use before you have cataract surgery. Read More»

Is Your Child Failing In School Because Of Their Eyes?

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Many bright minds go off to school for the first time and struggle to learn. While your child might have been quick to pick up on speech and even basic reading, it’s quite a common problem. Believe it or not, in many cases, it’s due to the child’s eyes. Here’s what you need to know about your child’s eyes getting in the way of their ability to learn. How Poor Vision Impairs Your Child’s Ability to Learn Read More»