CATARACT TESTING & TREATMENT

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Do You Need Cataract Testing and Treatment?

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Cataract Surgery

If you have a cataract problem, your vision will become cloudy. To fix the vision problems, lens inside the eyes is removed and replaced with an artificial lens. The new lens helps to restore the vision and give you a clear vision.

 

Symptoms of Cataract

Cataracts can cause problems like vision loss or blurred vision. It causes a problem in sight, dull color vision, changes in eyesight, and sometimes double vision. Symptoms vary in mild cataracts and abnormality can develop in both the eyes.

Why Choose Eye Care Associates for Cataract Treatment?

At Eye Care Associates of Plantation, you will get comprehensive eye care treatment under the guidance of Dr. Leon Cohn. We are a professional team who genuinely care for your vision. Before providing you any recommendations for the Cataract treatment, we perform a detailed evaluation and listen to your medical history. We offer you professional guidance and recommend effective treatments that work for you. If you or your loved ones are facing any of the above symptoms that appear like Cataract, we are here to help you. Call us or send an email to schedule an appointment with the best cataract surgeons in Florida.
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    How are cataracts diagnosed and treated?

    To decide if you have a cataract, your doctor will survey your clinical history and symptoms, and perform an eye assessment. Your doctor may conduct a few tests, including Visual acuity test. A visual sharpness test utilizes an eye chart to measure how well you can peruse a progression of letters.

    How do doctors check for cataracts?

    Most cataracts can be determined with an eye test. Your eye specialist will test your vision and inspect your eyes with a slit lamp microscope to search for issues with the lens and different pieces of the eye. The pupils are dilated to better examine the back of the eye, where the retina and optic nerve lie.