Your quick guide to dry eye causes, symptoms, risk factors, and treatment Dry eye syndrome, also called “dry eyes,” is a common condition caused by a lack of adequate moisture in your eyes. According to the National Women’s Health Resource Center, the likelihood of experiencing dry eyes increases with age, and dry eyes affect nearly twice as many women as men. Is it dangerous to have dry eyes? While it may be easy to overlook the burning and itching caused by dry eye syndrome, if left untreated, dry eyes can eventually lead to great discomfort. In extreme cases, dry eyes…
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Knowing what to expect after cataract surgery sets you up for a smooth recovery. Whether you elect to have dropless cataract surgery, laser cataract surgery, or to combine glaucoma and cataract surgery, it’s best to know in advance how you plan to handle driving after cataract surgery, exercising after cataract surgery, cooking after cataract surgery, and (potentially) blurred vision after cataract surgery.
Knowing what to expect after glaucoma surgery can be just as important, if not more so than know what happens during the surgery itself, as you won’t be spending your recovery time in a hospital. As with all eye surgeries, it’s crucial that patients take good care of their eyes post-op in order to protect their eye health and vision.
Patients who have had cataract surgery had several lens types to choose from, including multifocal intraocular lenses (multifocal IOLs). The FDA approved multifocal lens is the most advanced intraocular lens that Eye Center of Texas offers, and one of the most favored multifocal IOLs for cataracts.
Can someone with Fuchs Dystrophy and cataracts have cataract surgery? Is it possible to have surgery for Fuchs Corneal Dystrophy and cataract surgery at the same time?