At some point, cataracts begin to affect everyone's vision; more than half of all
Americans age 65 and older have cataracts.1 Cataracts can often be managed for years
with contacts or glasses, but as they develop, they can become more problematic.
When your vision begins to limit your independence or affect how you perform everyday
activities, like driving or reading, it is time to talk to your eye doctor about
considering cataract surgery.