Wishing you could get that eyesight back to the way it used to be, but that persistent cloud just doesn’t stop clouding your vision? Could be the sign of a serious condition. Sounds like Cataracts. In which case, it’s important not to dawdle. Take charge today by reaching out to Dr. Sheldon Cowen for refractive cataract surgery in Seattle.
Generally speaking, any health issue that comes up should be treated with the utmost seriousness and urgency. With that said, if you suspect you’re struggling with Cataracts, then waste no time in seeking out help. Pronto. Of course, if you aren’t even sure if that’s what you have, watch out for any of these tell-tale signs: flashes of light, double vision, instant eye pain, clouded vision, and fading or yellowing colors. Other symptoms exist, but these are the most commonly reported. So the million dollar question…what exactly causes Cataracts?There are primarily two factors. Aging is the most common contributor. With it comes the inevitable changing of eye-tissue. Eventually lenses lose flexibility—losing thickness and transparency. Injury can also contribute toward said tissue change and, therefore, the development of Cataracts. If it runs in the family, there’s a good chance that an individual will develop it. Three primary types of Cataracts exist: nuclear cataracts (affects the center of the lens), cortical cataracts (affects lens edge), and posterior subcapsular cataracts (affects back of the lens). If you suspect you might have Cataracts, head over to Dr. Sheldon Cowen’s office, and treat yourself to refractive cataract surgery in Seattle.
Every second is crucial. Waste no time. Make sure you get your vision right by reaching out to such a professional in Dr. Sheldon Cowen. Do it via phone or by e-mail and then schedule an appointment for refractive cataract surgery in Seattle. You’ll wonder why you didn’t get it done sooner. So what are you waiting for?
By Dr. Sheldon J. Cowen
May 8, 2019