Too Young for Cataracts? Dr. Shetty Explains Why More Middle-Aged Americans Are Having Surgery in Jacksonville Magazine

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If you think you’re too young for cataract surgery, think again. Cataracts are a clouding of the normally clear lens of the eye, and they can begin to develop in your 40s and 50s. Thanks to today’s advanced technology, cataract surgery is safer and provides better outcomes than ever, so patients don’t have to live with impaired vision.

Dr. Rajesh K. Shetty was recently featured in Jacksonville Magazine to explain why more middle aged Americans are opting to have cataract surgery earlier in life. He discusses the signs of cataracts, when the best time is for surgery, and today’s newest technology.

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