A cataract is the eye’s own naturally clear lens which has clouded, usually with age. As the lens clouds, vision becomes blurry. A cataract can also form from injury to the eye, medications, or long-term exposure to sunlight. Cataracts can be removed when you decide that your vision has become blurry enough to interfere in your normal daily activities. Go to the Premium Lens Implants page to learn more about exciting new options for correcting vision during cataract surgery.
Vision with and without Cataracts: