At birth, our natural lens is clear, but as we age it yellows and hardens and eventually becomes cloudy. The cloudy lens is referred to as a cataract.  If you are experiencing changes in your vision — including trouble driving at night, increased eye strain, and increased difficulty with sunlight and glare — you might have cataracts. Visit Dr. Kent or Dr. Evans to learn how you can see like you did 30 years ago.

Trouble Driving at Night Might Be Cataracts. Visit Dr. Kent for your Cataract Evaluation.

Yes. Cataracts Cause Difficulty with Night Driving

One of the first symptoms of cataracts is often worsening night vision. Because cataracts distort the light that comes into your eyes, you may see halos around lights. This can make driving, especially at night, much more difficult, as you struggle to focus on what’s ahead of you and read street signs.

Increased Sunlight Sensitivity Might Be Cataracts. Visit Dr. Kent for your Cataract Evaluation.

Yes. Cataracts Cause Difficulty with Bright Lights and Glare.

Because the lens of the eye becomes opaque, or cloudy, when you have a cataract, incoming light is scattered rather than following a focused path onto the retina in the back of the eye. This makes coping with bright lights difficult.  Patients with cataracts usually have a lot of issues with glare.

If You're Over Age 50, Frequent Prescription Changes Might Be Cataracts. Visit Dr. Kent for your Cataract Evaluation.

Yes. Cataracts Can Cause Eyeglass Prescription Changes.

Cataracts develop and progress without any pain. However, one symptom commonly experienced by those developing cataracts is frequent changes in eyeglass or contact lens prescriptions.

Dry, Red Eyes are Not a Symptom of Cataracts, but Could be a Symptom of Dry Eye Syndrome. Visit Dr. Kent for a Dry Eye Evaluation.

No. Cataracts Do Not Cause Dry, Red Eyes.

The presence of a cataract will always, eventually, affect your vision in some way. But because the cloudy lens is located inside the eye, a cataract will not cause you to develop dry or red eyes. If you are experiencing eye irritation, you might be suffering from allergies, an eye infection, or possibly dry eye syndrome.

Increased Eye Strain Might Be a Symptom of Cataracts. Visit Dr. Kent for your Cataract Evaluation.

Yes. Cataracts Can Cause Eye Strain.

As the natural lens becomes cloudier, vision becomes more blurred. This increasingly clouded vision often leads to eye strain as you are forced to work harder to see clearly — squinting and holding materials close to your face in order to read them.

It’s Time to Schedule Your Cataract Evaluation

When the clouding of your lens begins to affect the enjoyment of your daily activities, it’s time to remove the foggy lens, and replace it with a clear lens implant. Our cataract surgeons, Dr. Gregory Kent and Dr. Jacob Evans, are lens implant specialists. We will take time to understand your unique lifestyle, to be sure to match you with the optimum replacement lens to suit your vision needs. Schedule your personal cataract evaluation today. Just call us, or complete the form below.

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