- Date September 4, 2022
It is common for those over the age of 55 to develop cataracts. A cataract is a clouding of the eye’s internal lens structures. The cataract blocks light, making it difficult to see, and can get worse over time.
As cataracts form, your vision will be affected with symptoms that include glare & halos around lights at night, decreased vision overall, and inability to see well in low lighting conditions. In the early stages, you may be able to improve your vision with corrective lenses. When your vision is seriously impaired, you may need to consider surgery.