Tag: cataract surgery

Why Is Cataract Surgery Necessary?

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on January 11, 2021

Do you have cataracts? Did you know that the only way to treat cataracts effectively is by having cataract surgery? Cataracts develop on the lens of your eye, causing it to become cloudy and hard to see through. As your lens becomes more cloudy, your sight decreases. Cataracts can leave you temporarily blind. The only… Read More

Tips For Your Best Cataract Surgery Recovery

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on August 5, 2020

Cataract surgery can seem intimidating. Among many patient’s biggest fears is the recovery period. The vast majority of patients have a short and easy recovery. Not sure what you should do to ensure you have the best one possible? Keep reading for a few tips for your best cataract surgery recovery! Getting Home A lot… Read More

5 Signs You May Have A Cataract

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on May 29, 2020

Are you experiencing blurry or cloudy vision? Do you see halos around lights when you drive at night? These are two common signs that you may have started developing cataracts. Cataracts are more likely to occur as we grow older. Keep reading to find out five signs you may have a cataract! What is a… Read More

Will Cataract Surgery Hurt?

Posted by: Missouri Eye Institute in Blog on January 9, 2020

Did you recently find out you have cataracts? Are you trying to make a decision about whether you should have cataract surgery? One of the most common questions about the procedure is if it’s painful.  Many people fear things like cataract surgery because of their fear of the unknown. Keep reading to learn why cataract… Read More


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