What is Cataract Treatment ?
A cataract is an age-related disorder that results in the clouding of the eyes and leaves a blurry, fogged-up vision. The disease progresses slowly and may result in total blindness if not treated well. Blurred vision, increased vision impairment during the night, fading or yellowing of the eye, halo vision around bright light sources, sensitivity to glare, and focusing problems are some of the symptoms of cataract. Certain genetic disorders and medical conditions may also lead to cataracts. There are different types of cataracts based on the affected area of the eye. Cataract surgery is a common outpatient surgery done for people suffering from cataracts.