Treatment of cataract disease

One of the most common misperceptions of cataract disease is that it is non-progressive, which unfortunately may create a bias toward conservative treatment options. If left untreated, patients with cataract disease will undergo a continuous degeneration of the lens, and in the latest stages, sequelae such as chronic uveitis, secondary glaucoma and retinal detachment may develop.  Complications from surgery are much less likely to develop if surgical treatment is performed early. Continue reading