AGED 60 PLUS…
AND STILL ENDURING YOUR GLASSES?
What to consider when you’re aged 60 plus
After the age of 60 the optical quality of the lens inside the eye may become worse, eventually turning into a cloudy cataract. Initially, you can see fairly well with glasses, but later the vision is poor, even with glasses or contact lenses. Because these changes creep up slowly, you only realise how bad things were once they’ve been fixed.
Common problems for those 60 and older
Common solutions for those 60 and older
- Monovision Contact lenses
- Reading glasses, bifocals or varifocals
- Conventional cataract surgery (NHS)
MORE USEFUL INFORMATION
Read more about lens replacement
The Royal College of Ophthalmologists’ booklet containing information helpful to patients considering Phakic Intraocular Lens Implantation. Click here for more information
Custom Vision Clinic’s YouTube Channel features James Ball answering hundreds of eye-related questions on video – ranging from laser refractive surgery, lens exchange and keratoconus treatment. Click here for more information
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About the author
Mr James Ball | Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon
MA (Cantab) MB BChir FRCOphth CertLRS
I am a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at Custom Vision Clinic, St James’s University Hospital, and Nuffield Hospital. My major interest is in refractive surgery and finding the best treatment suitable for each patient.