While I've been fortunate to have had good health, my eyes have always been a bit of a problem.As a child, I was quite near-sighted (ending up around -7 diopters of myopia- i.e. ;-) but this was correctable via glasses and (later on) contacts.Cataract surgery is now fairly routine (several million operations a year in the US) and basically involves making a small (~3mm) incision into the capsule of the eye, inserting a "chopper" to break up the lens, and then sucking it out - this process is called phacoemulsification.
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The only light is from the three windows and I don't see any opaqueness ...
but it was amazing to me how much clearer (10 year old) Kyle's eye was than mine. ) the right eye looks more cloudy, but obviously a much more appropriate examination/determination would be done by an Opthamologist using a slit lamp looking at dilated eyes.
Because of the cloudiness, you are no longer able to correct to 20-20.
An analogy would be a blown window that now has a permanent haze.
;-)So while my layman's research/experience may be helpful/informative, please consult a medical professional for your personal situation.
Scroll down for full details, but since the 2011 surgery, I continue to see well and am glad with the choices I made and the results.I had been told it had a "small" cataract, but these can often exist for years with no impairment of vision.Unfortunately, I had a Posterior Subcapsular Cataract - these "grow" faster, are more prevalent in younger people, and cause greater visual degradation due to the location at the rear of the visual axis.Fortunately, I did not have much astigmatism (which is harder to correct, especially in contacts) and my vision was fairly stable from ~20 to age 40.One "nice" thing about being so Myopic is that without glasses/contacts, I can focus very close.;-) (mine was grade 2 ), you can actually see them as an opaqueness on the eye ...