These are not your grandfather's "Golden Years." Whether it's spending time with your grandkids, traveling, taking the long-awaited banjo lessons, surfing or skiing, you have places to go, people to see. You thought you'd have free time on your hands, but you're busier than ever.
This is the time when both, patients who have never worn glasses or contacts, and those who have worn them all their life, begin to notice that vision is not what it used to be. If you're experiencing halos, glare, decreased contrast or color perception, double vision, eye fatigue, need for more light, or difficulty reading small print, these could be symptoms of cataract formation. While cataracts are the most common cause of decreased vision in patients in this age group, other more serious conditions could be present. We strongly recommend a thorough ophthalmic evaluation. If you know that you have cataracts, you need to consider treatment options described below. We know this may seem overwhelming, so when you're ready to learn more, call us to schedule a consultation and we'll help you to sort it all out.
You have your reasons to see better. We can help.