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Does Cataract Surgery Correct Astigmatism?

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Cataracts are an age-related condition that affects the eye’s natural lens. Astigmatism is a refractive error that occurs when the shape of the cornea or lens impacts how the eyes refract (bend) light. There are different treatments for each of these conditions, but in some cases, cataract surgery can correct astigmatism. But the surgery isn’t […]

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Can a Concussion Cause Eye Floaters?

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Head injuries can be scary, especially traumatic brain injuries, also known as concussions. Your eyes and vision can also be affected. Your optometrist is in your corner through comprehensive eye exams to help keep your eyes and vision healthy.  But can concussions cause eye floaters? It’s certainly possible but not necessarily guaranteed. Let’s explore what […]

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