People over fifty have an increased risk for certain age-related eye conditions. That’s why the first step toward maintaining or restoring good vision is prevention. Often, the first symptoms of serious eye diseases are very minor and can only be detected by a trained ophthalmologist. Have your eyes examined at least once a year or anytime you notice a sudden change in your vision or have any eye pain, dryness or discomfort. Early detection usually means the disease can be stopped, controlled or even corrected before irreparable damage is done. The longer you wait, the more your vision is at risk.
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