Cataract vs Glaucoma – What’s the Difference?

What is the difference between cataracts vs glaucoma? In this YouTube Short, Dr. Allen explains the difference of cataracts and glaucoma and how they are treated. Learn more about cataract surgery, implant options and tips for success here:

Cataracts in your eyes are when a clear structure within the eye (called the crystalline lens) begins to change and become opaque. The symptoms of cataracts often include blurred vision and glare.

Glaucoma is where the optic nerve, which connects the eye to the brain, slowly dies over time. This is often associated with an elevated pressure within the eye.

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About This Video:
In this video Joseph J. Allen, OD, FAAO, Diplo ABO, compares cataracts versus glaucoma. If you have ever wondered the difference between cataracts and glaucoma, this video will quickly review the main differences and their treatments of each.

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