How To Prevent Cataracts And Other Eye Health Conditions

Cataracts, Macular Degeneration, and Glaucoma are three of the most common vision conditions that develop as we get older. Upwards of three million people have glaucoma here in the United States, while more than two million were being affected by age-related Macular Degeneration in 2010. When it comes to cataracts, almost half of all people over the age of 75 will have them.

There are ways to prevent these eye health conditions from affecting you, however, so today we would like to share some helpful tips and steps you can take to keep your eyes safe.

Cataracts

Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

Glaucoma

 

Dealing with any eye health condition can be scary and intimidating, and here at Classic Vision Care, we know how that feels. It’s why we do what we do! If you are suffering from any of these eye issues or if you have questions and concerns about other eye-related conditions, call us today! We are here to help.

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