Complications for Child Developing a Lazy Eye
Risk Factors for Glaucoma Patients
Effect of Glaucoma on Lifestyle
Disadvantages of Regularly Using Contact Lenses
Common Age Related Eye Problems
Connection Between Diabetes and Blindness
How Frequently Does Glaucoma Require Check Ups
Treatment for Retinal Disease
Common Eye Problems During Monsoon
Conjunctivitis Treatment and Prevention
How different kinds of eye defects can be treated?
A person is advised to consult a doctor if either or both of the long or short distance vision get weaker or start to diminish. Cataract is a common form of vision loss which may get worse causing complete blindness, if not treated on time. An eye specialist can identify the defect by taking a number of tests to advice the appropriate surgery. Cataract is treated with a small incision of ultra sonic pro(also known as laser treatment) which helps to retain the eye sight. Hence, it is very important to consult the specialist on time.
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