Posted by: encinoinhomecare | June 25, 2014

Should You Get Cataract Surgery?

Senior women friends

Just because it is readily available, it does not mean cataract surgery is right for any person experiencing the condition.  Cataracts is a slow progressing disease that often times do not turn into a severe vision problem.  Furthermore, despite the safe and effective history for the surgery, the procedure still inherits risks like any other types of surgery.  It is possible to avoid surgery and still improve your vision with eyeglasses or contacts.  As a result, don’t decide to get cataract surgery just because you can get one, consider the necessity of it because the slow progression of the disease might outweigh the risk of surgery altogether!  It is best to consult with your eye care professional about your options.

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