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Cataracts are a thickening and clouding of the eye lens that leads to decreased vision. Nearly every person will get cataracts over their lifetime, but this condition is treatable. Our office consults with patients to determine the best intraocular lens (IOL) for their individual needs. During cataract surgery this new synthetic lens is placed in the eye to replace the damaged lens.
An eye condition that affects the center part of the retina called the macula. When the macula is damaged, a person has difficulty with central vision. People with AMD have problems seeing fine details right in front of them, but their peripheral vision is clear. As an example, when looking at a face, they may see the hair but not the central facial details like the eyes, nose, and mouth.
Glaucoma is an eye disease that damages the optic nerve. When pressure builds inside the eye it causes damage to the optic nerve, limits peripheral vision, and then can lead to blindness. Patients may never even notice symptoms, but once the optic nerve is damaged it cannot be repaired. Therefore, regular eye exams are vital for early detection and treatment of glaucoma.