Cataract Care and Treatments in State College, Pennsylvania
A cataract is a clouding of the lens of the eye. The aging of the eye and the buildup of proteins in the lens cause cataracts. The buildup of proteins is what causes the cloudiness of the eye, which then affects one's vision. A cataract may not always affect vision but, most often, a person with a cataract has blurry or dimmed vision.
Treatment for a cataract is not always necessary, especially if it is having a minimal impact to your vision. However, if your vision is significantly impacted and begins to interrupt your daily life, then it may be time to consider treatment options.
Give us a call today to talk with our cataract specialists and see what sort of treatment we can offer you.