I was recently diagnosed with cataracts, but I’m only 56 years old. Should I wait until I get a little older before I have the surgery?
While nobody wants to live with cataracts, some people are so frightened by the prospect of surgery that they would rather let their vision deteriorate. Others believe that their cataracts have to “ripen” before they can be removed, or that they must wait until their doctor tells them the cataracts are bad enough. This can […]Read More
While cataracts generally become visually frustrating to most people by their mid-seventies, more subtle vision changes can begin in your fifties. Glare from lights making driving more uncomfortable, the need for brighter lights to read, and a general feeling that your vision “is just not as good as it used to be”, are all signs […]Read More