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FAQ

Seniors

As you enter into your 60’s, you will find that some age related changes to your vision are normal. Changes in structure include: reduced pupil size, dry eyes, decreased colored vision and vitrous detachment.

Cataracts are often associated with aging, and while they are common among seniors, they can be easily corrected with surgery. Some changes to vision can be serious, resulting in deterioration of vision quality. Very serious conditions such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and cataracts which have a higher prevalence in seniors can all cause reduced vision.