I recently had my eyes checked by a doctor. The doctor found some signs of early signs of cataract. He recommended that I see an optometrist and also took some photos of my eyes to prove my eyes were normal. Once he found out the reason for my eye check, he recommended I see a new optometrist.
The first thing you need to know about my eyes is that they need to be treated every 12 months. So my regular checkup is in March, and it happens in March, so I’ve been seeing my optometrist for three months.
I have a cataract, so my optometrist recommended that I be checked by an ophthalmologist. When the optometrist found out I had my eye checked, he recommended me see a new ophthalmologist. He found a lot of things wrong with my eyes, but the main problem was that my left eye had some cataracts. The optician said I needed to have my left eye treated. I have the same cataract in both eyes.
You can’t really have a cataract in both eyes. That sounds scary, but it’s not that hard to fix. The only difference is that in a cataract surgery, you don’t have to remove all of your cataracts. If you have one or two tiny ones, you can just go around them with a needle.
To treat a cataract surgical eye, you need to remove the entire cataract. This can be done with the incision under the eye. For larger cataracts you may need to remove the entire eye. Both methods are painful. The cataract surgery is slightly faster than the incision treatment, but the difference in pain is more noticeable.
As an added benefit, cataracts are also prone to cancer, so not all cataract surgeries are risk free.
In order to treat a cataract surgical eye you will need to perform an incision under the eye. This is the method you need to use in order to treat a cataract surgical eye. In order to treat a cataract surgical eye, you will need to remove the entire cataract. This can be done with the incision under the eye. For larger cataracts you may need to remove the entire eye. Both methods are painful.
The cataracts that you will need to remove from the eye will be white, and will not be able to be removed with your fingers. The surgery that you will be performing will be very minor, and the pain will be minimal.
With the current trend in cataract surgery, more and more people are going to opt for the more minor procedures. While you can still opt for the more dramatic options, you may want to think twice before choosing to treat a cataract surgical eye with an incision at the back of your eye. The reason is that the incision may be at the very back of your eye, which may cause you to lose sight when the surgery is complete.
While cataracts are extremely rare, there is a chance that, due to the location of the incision, you will lose sight even though you don’t have cataracts. This is because, in cataract surgery, the eye is dilated and reshaped in such a way that the iris is removed to reveal the entire pupil. This is why it’s called “clear lens” surgery.