Does your life today look different than it did years ago – literally? If things seem more cloudy and blurry than usual, even with your glasses on, you could be one of 24 million Americans living with cataracts.1
Cataracts may be slow to make themselves known, but the ultimate impact they have on your life can be profound.2 As daily activities like driving become more difficult, you might be feeling like you’ve lost some of your independence and may experience "fear of missing out" (FOMO) on the things you love, like traveling to your favorite destinations and spending quality time with your family.3 But that doesn’t have to be your reality.
Each year, nearly four million Americans undergo cataract surgery – the only way to correct cataracts – and many are able to quickly resume their lives after the brief procedure.4,5 Today, there are even new advancements that allow you to fix cataracts and other eye conditions at the same time, including astigmatism, presbyopia, and eye pressure associated with glaucoma.
So what’s standing in the way of you and cataract surgery?
You can learn more about the procedure and hear stories firsthand from those who have gone through the surgery by visiting MyCataracts.com, or following us on Facebook.
Check out our infographic here to learn more about how you can overcome the FOMO that might be setting in as cataracts cloud your vision.