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Here Are Your Results

High Risk

Based on your responses, you may be at a high risk for cataracts in the near future. Your age, lifestyle, and/or family history puts you at an elevated risk for developing cataracts—or worse, you may already have a cataract in one or both eyes. Because of your risk level, we recommend you familiarize yourself with the early signs of cataracts as well as treatment options so you can minimize future vision complications. We also highly recommend that you schedule an appointment with your eye doctor soon and undergo a thorough cataract evaluation.

How is a Cataract Detected?

Cataract is detected through a comprehensive eye exam that includes:

  • A visual acuity test to measure how well you see at various distances,
  • A dilated eye exam to look for signs of retina and optic nerve damage, and
  • A tonometry reading to measure the pressure inside the eye.

Your eye doctor may also perform other tests to detect a cataract and recommend treatment.

Recent innovations in cataract surgery now make it possible for cataracts to be removed with greater precision and accuracy.

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