Cataracts

The eye’s natural lens is responsible for focusing light on the retina. As the light reaches the retina, a signal is sent to the brain for images to be generated.

A cataract forms when a cloudiness builds on your natural lens, blocking light from reaching the retina which will not send the appropriate signal to the brain.

Cataracts typically affect people age 40 and older. They develop slowly and are often undetected until they begin to impair vision.

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