What is a Cataract?
Cataracts are a condition where the lens of your eye becomes cloudy, causing your vision to become foggy, hazy, and more sensitive to glare.
What causes it
While cataracts are commonly associated with aging, they can also be triggered by various factors like trauma, certain diseases, family history, and medical conditions like diabetes.
In some cases, the use of medications like steroids, exposure to radiation, or prolonged unprotected sunlight exposure can contribute to cataract development. Additionally, previous eye surgeries can sometimes lead to cataracts.
Good to know
Cataracts do not spread from one eye to the other, and they are not a cause of irreversible blindness. In fact, once your cataract is removed, your vision can significantly improve.
We’re here to guide you through the process of cataract treatment to help restore your visual clarity.