Cataracts Happen to Everyone
Of the many changes that happen with age, cataracts are one of the most inevitable. They affect nearly 20.5 million people in the U.S. age 40 and older.1 Cataracts may be unnoticeable at first, but as they develop, they can interfere with your lifestyle.
Cataracts are widespread, but they can be corrected through cataract surgery. In fact, cataract surgery is the only way to correct cataracts. With over 3 million procedures performed each year and a success rate of 95 percent, cataract surgery is not only one of the most common surgical procedures in the U.S., it is one of the most successful.2