The Medical Eye Center

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Mark Oliva, MD

CORNEA, CATARACT, & REFRACTIVE
SURGERY SPECIALIST

Mark Oliva, MD

CORNEA, CATARACT, & REFRACTIVE
SURGERY SPECIALIST

Helen Koenigsman, MD

CATARACT & GLAUCOMA
SPECIALIST

Paul Jorizzo, MD

GENERAL OPHTHALMOLOGY &
ANTERIOR SEGMENT SURGEON

Poorav Patel, MD

CATARACT AND GLAUCOMA
SPECIALIST

John Welling, MD

CORNEA, CATARACT, & REFRACTIVE
SURGERY SPECIALIST

 

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How do Cataracts Occur?

Cataracts develop as part of the normal aging process, and affect different people in different ways. Cataracts occur when the lens of the eye turns cloudy. As a result the  light entering the eye is scattered and causes increasingly blurred vision. Cataracts can also develop due due to contributing factors such as:

  • Do halos around oncoming headlights bother you while driving at night?
  • Is reading a strain because the text looks blurry?
  • Are you using brighter lights for indoor activities?
  • Do colors look increasingly dull or yellow?
  • Is it becoming harder to recognize familiar faces?
  • Are you experiencing double vision, even with one eye closed?
  • Are you frequently needing to change your glasses or contact lens prescription?

Symptoms of Cataracts

Cataracts present themselves through a variety of symptoms. If you’re curious whether or not you may be developing cataracts, ask yourself the following questions: 

  • Do halos around oncoming headlights bother you while driving at night?
  • Is reading a strain because the text looks blurry?
  • Are you using brighter lights for indoor activities?
  • Do colors look increasingly dull or yellow?
  • Is it becoming harder to recognize familiar faces?
  • Are you experiencing double vision, even with one eye closed?
  • Are you frequently needing to change your glasses or contact lens prescription?

How do Cataracts Occur?

Cataracts develop as part of the normal aging process, and affect different people in different ways. Cataracts occur when the lens of the eye turns cloudy. As a result the  light entering the eye is scattered and causes increasingly blurred vision. Cataracts can also develop due due to contributing factors such as:
  • Do halos around oncoming headlights bother you while driving at night?
  • Is reading a strain because the text looks blurry?
  • Are you using brighter lights for indoor activities?
  • Do colors look increasingly dull or yellow?
  • Is it becoming harder to recognize familiar faces?
  • Are you experiencing double vision, even with one eye closed?
  • Are you frequently needing to change your glasses or contact lens prescription?

Symptoms of Cataracts

Cataracts present themselves through a variety of symptoms. If you’re curious whether or not you may be developing cataracts, ask yourself the following questions: 
  • Do halos around oncoming headlights bother you while driving at night?
  • Is reading a strain because the text looks blurry?
  • Are you using brighter lights for indoor activities?
  • Do colors look increasingly dull or yellow?
  • Is it becoming harder to recognize familiar faces?
  • Are you experiencing double vision, even with one eye closed?
  • Are you frequently needing to change your glasses or contact lens prescription?

How do Cataracts Occur?

Cataracts develop as part of the normal aging process, and affect different people in different ways. Cataracts occur when the lens of the eye turns cloudy. As a result the  light entering the eye is scattered and causes increasingly blurred vision. Cataracts can also develop due due to contributing factors such as:
  • Do halos around oncoming headlights bother you while driving at night?
  • Is reading a strain because the text looks blurry?
  • Are you using brighter lights for indoor activities?
  • Do colors look increasingly dull or yellow?
  • Is it becoming harder to recognize familiar faces?
  • Are you experiencing double vision, even with one eye closed?
  • Are you frequently needing to change your glasses or contact lens prescription?

Symptoms of Cataracts

Cataracts present themselves through a variety of symptoms. If you’re curious whether or not you may be developing cataracts, ask yourself the following questions: 
  • Do halos around oncoming headlights bother you while driving at night?
  • Is reading a strain because the text looks blurry?
  • Are you using brighter lights for indoor activities?
  • Do colors look increasingly dull or yellow?
  • Is it becoming harder to recognize familiar faces?
  • Are you experiencing double vision, even with one eye closed?
  • Are you frequently needing to change your glasses or contact lens prescription?

How do Cataracts Occur?

Cataracts develop as part of the normal aging process, and affect different people in different ways. Cataracts occur when the lens of the eye turns cloudy. As a result the  light entering the eye is scattered and causes increasingly blurred vision. Cataracts can also develop due due to contributing factors such as:
  • Do halos around oncoming headlights bother you while driving at night?
  • Is reading a strain because the text looks blurry?
  • Are you using brighter lights for indoor activities?
  • Do colors look increasingly dull or yellow?
  • Is it becoming harder to recognize familiar faces?
  • Are you experiencing double vision, even with one eye closed?
  • Are you frequently needing to change your glasses or contact lens prescription?

Symptoms of Cataracts

Cataracts present themselves through a variety of symptoms. If you’re curious whether or not you may be developing cataracts, ask yourself the following questions: 
  • Do halos around oncoming headlights bother you while driving at night?
  • Is reading a strain because the text looks blurry?
  • Are you using brighter lights for indoor activities?
  • Do colors look increasingly dull or yellow?
  • Is it becoming harder to recognize familiar faces?
  • Are you experiencing double vision, even with one eye closed?
  • Are you frequently needing to change your glasses or contact lens prescription?