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Blurry vision can result from a number of different causes. Some of these causes are benign, such as increasing refractive errors and the need for a new prescription. However, other causes are more serious, such as a medical problem or a progressive eye disease.
Many people begin treatment with contact lenses or prescription glasses to treat routine cases of blurry vision. As your vision gets more blurry, people become more likely to seek LASIK, Cataract Surgery or another vision correction procedure (i.e., the Kamra Inlay procedure which can eliminate the need for reading glasses due to Presbyopia). Finding a qualified surgeon with proven expertise is the best way to help you improve your vision and see more clearly. Your visit to our website at TrustedLASIKSurgeons.com can get you started on the journey toward improved visual performance and better eye health.
Blurry vision can be intermittent or a more chronic and ongoing problem. Simple fatigue from working at close tasks can cause vision to blur periodically. Individuals may experience blurry vision with worsening astigmatism or progressively worsening nearsightedness or farsightedness. Exposure to a dusty environment can lead to eye irritation and blurring. Some medical conditions can affect your eyes and can lead to a blurring of vision. Eye diseases can cause progressive changes to the structures in your eyes and can lead to blurring and gradual vision loss.
Individuals with dry eye syndrome can experience blurry vision. This is a problem in which your eyes do not produce enough moisture to keep the eye surface lubricated. Dry eyes are a common problem that can be treated with drops or other measures. Pregnancy can cause changes in the eyes that can result in blurry vision. Diabetes causes high blood sugar levels that can affect the blood vessels in the eyes, leading to blurred vision. Individuals with migraine headaches may experience blurred vision when a headache occurs. In addition, Cataracts will typically form as we get older. The longer you live, the more likely you are to develop cataracts at some point in your life. Cataracts are a condition that causes clouding of the lens at the front of the eyes and can result in blurred vision. Glaucoma and macular degeneration can also cause vision changes and blur.
Regular visits to your eye doctor for examinations can help to prevent blurry vision and to help problems with blurring when they occur. Your ophthalmologist can also help to manage eye disease if they develop so you can minimize risks that would decrease your ability to see and maximize your vision.
At Trusted LASIK Surgeons™, you can find the information and resources you need to find an eye care professional that can help with common vision problems. LASIK and other forms of laser vision correction surgery can help mitigate if not eliminate the need for glasses.
More recent procedures like KAMRA Inlay Surgery are now available that can help reduce blurred vision without the need for corrective reading glasses.
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Find a highly qualified LASIK surgeon or cataract surgeon by visiting our Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ Directory and our Trusted Cataract Surgeons™ Directory. If we do not feature a vision correction specialist in your local area, please contact us through our Contact Form.