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Is It Possible to Reverse Cataracts Without Surgery?

Twenty-five percent of the population will develop cataracts by the time they reach age 65, according to the National Eye Institute. The likelihood of cataract development increases with each decade of life as the clouding of the natural eye lens worsens with age.  It is not possible to reverse cataracts without surgery. While there has

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Cataract Surgery, Symptoms, Treatment and Causes

Cataracts are areas of cloudiness that develop on the lens inside your eye. This common eye condition can end up making it harder for you to see clearly as it gets worse. Knowing more about cataracts and cataract surgery can help you identify symptoms and explore your treatment options.  Causes The aging process is among

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Cataract Specialists Spotlight

In honor of June National Cataract Awareness Month, we want to shine a spotlight on our team of cataract specialists. Our cataract surgeons have performed over 35,000 cataract procedures. Get to know our cataract experts below.

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LASIK vs. Cataract Surgery

When you have vision problems, LASIK surgery or cataract surgery may be able to help. However, these types of surgeries are used for entirely different vision problems. Learning more about these two treatment options can help you make a decision for your vision. Keep the following information on these eye surgeries in mind. What Is

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Cataract Surgery: Purpose, Procedure, Risks, and Recovery

Cataracts are cloudiness affecting the eye lenses that tend to appear as you get older. This vision problem can cause you to have trouble seeing, but cataract surgery can correct this. Cataract surgery is a safe and effective way to improve vision problems caused by cataracts. Use this cataract surgery information to make a plan

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Advances in Femtosecond Laser Technology

When cataracts seriously impair your vision, your doctor might recommend surgery to remove the cataract and replace your lens. Femtosecond laser technology offers a gentler and more accurate way to surgically remove cataracts when compared to traditional surgery. Learn more about this treatment to see if laser surgery in Jacksonville, FL might be right for

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Answers to Common Cataract Surgery Questions

A cataract is the natural lens in the eye that becomes cloudy with age. Cataracts have the potential to seriously impair your vision and can even lead to blindness. Keep these answers to common cataract surgery questions in mind in order to protect your eye health. Our cataract surgeons in Jacksonville, FL are here to

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Cataract: Types, Causes, and Risk Factors

Cataracts come in many different forms and are caused by various factors, but they all have something in common. They can cause damage to your vision – even leading to blindness. In order to seek proper medical treatment—including potential cataract surgery in Jacksonville, FL—you need to know the differences and the common symptoms such as

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3 Ways Diabetes Affects Your Vision

Did you know that 60 percent of people with diabetes skip their annual eye exam? While it’s important to take care of your eyes at any point in time, it’s even more crucial if you have diabetes. Diabetes and vision clearly correlate. Meaning the disease has the potential to lead to crippling eye conditions that

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Do Cataracts Cause Eye Floaters?

Cataracts and eye floaters affect your vision in different ways, but many believe that a correlation exists between the two eye conditions. Large or widespread cataracts can impair your vision, making it blurry or discolored, whereas eye floaters can disrupt your otherwise clear eyesight with random spots or dots. Read on to learn about the

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