Cataracts are a fact of life. A cataract is a clouding of the natural lens. Most people will show signs of cataracts in their 50’s or 60’s. The good news is that they are treatable.
People often wonder how they will know if they have cataracts. Most people experience difficulty seeing things at a distance, such as road signs and TV. Other symptoms include glare from oncoming headlights with night driving or the feeling like one can’t get their glasses clean.
An eye exam will allow your eye doctor to determine if a cataract is the cause for your visual complaints.
When appropriate, surgical removal is offered. Drs. Anne Miller and Jennifer Nottage are experienced cataract surgeons who, with their friendly staff, will help your cataract surgical experience to be as comfortable and successful as possible. If you are experiencing visual difficulty and want to be evaluated for a cataract, please call for an appointment!
To learn more about cataracts, visit our Stats and Facts About Cataracts article.