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Laser treatment an option for cataract removal

For many, clear vision is not possible without spectacle correction, and proper eyewear is important to enjoy vision to its fullest. While glasses or contacts can help render clear vision, sometimes your eye exam will reveal other conditions that can impact eyesight. “Cataract, or opacity of the lens inside the eye, can keep properly focused […]
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