Cataract surgery involves removing your eye’s natural, clouded lens and replacing it with an artificial lens. Although the procedural steps seem straightforward, it is normal to be a little daunted by the thought of surgery. This might be your first experience with eye surgery and you probably do not know what to expect.
The team at Berks Eye Physicians and Surgeons has many years of experience working with patients just like you, who felt anxious about the surgery. We will never dismiss your fears or brush them off. Instead, we are committed to educating you about the procedure and working with you to navigate your nerves about cataract surgery.
Read on as we address some of the most common concerns about cataract surgery.
Dry eye disease occurs when
your eyes do not produce a sufficient amount of tears, or when your tears
evaporate too quickly from the surface of your eyes. The disease commonly
causes red eyes, eye fatigue, a gritty or scratchy sensation in the eyes, light
sensitivity and blurry vision.
LASIK surgery is nothing new
to the team at Berks Eye Physicians and Surgeons. We understand that this is
probably your first time undergoing laser eye surgery, and it is completely normal
to feel curious and perhaps slightly nervous about your procedure. Having an
idea of what you can expect on the day of surgery will hopefully calm some of
your nerves and make you more confident about the procedure.
What you eat can have a big impact on your eye and vision health. Fortunately, many foods that are good for your eyes also taste great and have other health benefits. In this post, the team at Berks Eye Physicians and Surgeons discusses 20 foods that are great for your eye health. Continue reading “20 Foods That Are Great for Eye Health”→
Learning you have an eye condition or vision problem can be a challenging experience. Your eye doctor will be giving you a lot of information about your condition and treatment options, and it’s important that you understand what you need to do to keep your eyes healthy.
There are several types of glaucoma, all of which can result in damage to the optic nerve. This can result in blindness if left untreated. In most cases, glaucoma is caused by excessive pressure within the eye.
Questions about Cataracts, Glaucoma, or Dry Eyes? Dr. Calder will be hosting a FREE breakfast seminar on Saturday, October 5 at 9:00 am where you can have all of your questions answered. Call to reserve your seat at (610)603-5553.
According to the National Eye Institute, more than 95 percent of people with cataracts are age 55 and older. While the vast majority of cataract cases occur beginning at age 40, younger adults, children and infants also can develop cataracts.
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