Cataract Surgery Options
It’s simple …..When you can see more, you can do more and when we get older cataracts can get in the way. Cataracts form gradually as our eyes get older, and 9 in 10 Americans develop them by the time they’re 65. The good news is that cataract surgery is one of the safest, most effective procedures performed today.
For many people living active lives, glasses and or contacts can get in the way of doing the many things we enjoy. One option for patients is a multifocal or trifocal lens that can do the following:
- Enhance your vision for clear, complete vision
- See effortlessly without blurry zone (very important in tennis or pickle ball)
- Discover brighter, vivid colors
- Reduce your need for glasses or contacts
Ask your Doctor About Multifocal or Trifocal Lens that can help you see a full range of vision, so that you can immerse in a full range of activities–all while relying less on glasses or contacts. If you live in East Central Florida contact the Precision Eye Institute and schedule an appointment.
The biggest benefactors of the multifocal and trifocal lens are people who enjoy outdoor actives such as golf, shooting, pickle ball, tennis and of course fishing. In many instances the need to see far, intermediate and close up are all equally important.
Why its Important to Stay Active as we get older
Exercise is crucial to maintaining your health and wellbeing, but it may be even more important in aging and senior adults. While there are concerns surrounding seniors exercising, the health benefits of an active lifestyle far outweigh the risks. It’s true that seniors may take longer to heal and recover from injuries, but moderate exercise levels are good for people of all ages.
Regular exercise and an active lifestyle for seniors provides a variety of health benefits that extend beyond the obvious, including improvements in blood pressure, diabetes, lipid profile, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, and neurocognitive function.