How do I know if I suffer from a cataract, and how can I treat it?
Patients most frequently experience visual impairment in an ophthalmologist’s office. The colors become less bright, the eyes focus much less, and the vision is blurred as if one was looking through frosted glass. Spectacle corrections or lenses no longer help. The obstacle in the eye is a cloudy eye lens, which makes quality vision impossible. Replacing intraocular lenses will help. Cataract surgery brings about a lasting improvement in vision.
Cataracts cannot be treated conservatively with medication or eye exercise. It can only be removed surgically. Fortunately, modern eye surgery can easily handle cataract removal. The solution is a quick, painless procedure performed on an outpatient basis. Returning to everyday life without restrictions is significantly faster than other surgical procedures.