FAQ

Question:

What are the most common causes of vision loss?

Answer:

Acute or sudden vision loss can be caused by a retinal detachment, a stroke in the vessels in the eye or in patients with diabetes from bleeding in the eye, whereas slow vision loss is most commonly caused by cataracts, glaucoma or macular degeneration. Patients with slow vision loss often don’t notice it until it becomes severe. This is one reason why routine eye exams are useful as they can help to detect these changes earlier.

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