Are Cataracts Painful?

People often ask if cataracts are painful. The short answer is not really. But cataracts will cause several symptoms that can be uncomfortable.

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Cataract Symptoms - Signs You May Need Cataract Surgery

Cataract Symptoms: 8 Signs You May Need Cataract Surgery

Learn about 8 signs and symptoms which indicate you may be developing cataracts and how to know when you might need cataract surgery.

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Cataract Facts - Myths about Cataract Surgery

Cataract Facts & 5 Myths about Cataract Surgery

Get the facts about cataracts and common myths about cataract surgery. Learn when to have cataract surgery, risks, recovery time and if cataracts grow back.

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questions to ask about cataract surgery

3 Questions to Ask Your Cataract Surgeon

If you have been diagnosed with cataracts, you probably have a lot of questions about cataract surgery. Here are 3 questions to ask your cataract surgeon.

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IOLs - Types of IOLs for Cataracts

Everything You Need to Know About IOLs for Cataract Surgery

During cataract surgery, your cloudy lens is replaced with a clear artificial lens called an intraocular lens or IOL. Learn about the different types of IOLs.

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cataracts management

4 Ways to Manage Your Cataract Symptoms

Getting cataracts is a natural part of the aging process. Learn about cataract symptoms and how to manage your cataracts, including treatment options.

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how to choose a cataract surgeon

How to Choose a Cataract Surgeon

If you are considering cataract surgery, read this helpful advice from a top ophthalmologist on how to choose a cataract surgeon.

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Three types of cataract

What Are the Three Types of Cataracts?

There are three primary types of age-related cataracts: nuclear, cortical and subcapsular cataracts. Learn more and early warning signs to watch out for.

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Crystalens for Cataracts

Cataracts Replaced With New Flexible Lenses

Learn how the Crystalens® flexible lens implant or intraocular lens (IOL) can aid in the treatment of cataracts and improve the general vision of cataract patients.

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