Age Related Eye Conditions

Ophthalmologist performing eye examination.

What is a Comprehensive Eye Exam?

Your Complete Guide to a Truly Comprehensive Eye Exam Some of the most common degenerative eye diseases such as cataracts don’t always present with symptoms right away. In fact, patients can have cataracts for years without noticing any changes in their vision. This is why having a comprehensive eye ...

Can Cataracts be Prevented?

4 Health Tips for Lowering Your Risk of Developing Cataracts Cataracts are the leading cause of preventable blindness worldwide. An estimated 95% of people in the United States over the age of 65 are affected by age-related cataracts (Nuclear Sclerotic Cataracts). When left untreated, age-related cataracts grow progressively larger and will result in ...

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8 Essential Nutrients Your Eyes Need

Superfoods to add to your diet to naturally improve eye health and vision Superfoods are foods that tick many of the nutritional boxes all on their own. They provide our necessary nutrients and vitamins, without the need for taking supplements. Healthy lifestyle habits, including a diet of essential nutrients, can ...

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The Most Prevalent Age-Related Eye Conditions in People Over 40

A guide to the most prevalent age-related eye conditions for people ages 40 and older The CDC estimates that over 4.2 million Americans over the age of 40 are legally blind, and the leading causes are all age-related eye conditions. Many of these conditions are treatable and with a simple eye exam, they ...

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