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Cataract Surgery May Prolong Your Life 1/3/2018

One of the key aspects of great health is being able to prevent and avoid any future complications before they have a chance to occur.  The same principle also applies with vision care and, in particular, with cataracts, which are among the leading causes of blindness in the world.

The main issue with cataracts is that they tend to develop as we age. As time goes on, the issue may worsen and the person may decide to have an operation to get rid of this condition.

According to this article by The New York Times, results of a new study show that cataract surgery does more than improve poor vision, as it also shows how the operation can extend life.

The theory is that good eye health is not only related to good vision but that it is also a reflection and permission to do other things that can also improve health. From exercising to swimming to taking the correct pills to avoiding hazards and dangerous objects, it is often overlooked how much we depend on our vision to keep ourselves safe and how much any limit on it can seriously hamper our chances of leading a healthy lifestyle.

Cataract surgery is at its core the best and safest bet any patient can make in regards to their overall health and CODET Vision Institute joins the Times in letting people know that, nowadays, having this procedure is one of the best decisions a patient can make. Long gone are the days of long recovery times and stitches, CODET’s innovative technology allows us to make this the most comfortable and enjoyable experience so that you can focus on getting your vision back to normal.

Having regular checkups and periodic visits to your ophthalmologist can help you prevent many of the worse symptoms of cataracts and, should they occur, can also help you in getting them removed before they have a chance to become worse.

At CODET Vision Institute, we encourage all patients to come to our facilities to have their vision checked and, should they need surgery, trust that you will experience the smoothest, most comfortable time in getting your eyes and overall health back up to speed. Having cataracts is a problem, but one that is treatable and can lead to great outcomes if everyone, doctors and patients alike, work together to make your life better.

Source: New York Times - "Cataract Surgery May Prolong Your Life"

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