Age-Related Vision Concerns to Watch Out For

AGE-RELATED VISION CONCERNS A person’s vision can change several times throughout a lifetime. The first changes in vision often occur during childhood or adolescence and may continue to change into a person’s mid- to late 20s. At this point, vision stabilizes for several years. Once individuals reach their 40s, however, their vision usually starts to …Read more

Eye Disorders That Often Affect Older Adults

EYE DISORDERS THAT IS COMMON IN OLDER ADULTS The natural aging process is a part of life. There are certain advantages to getting older, including having more free time during retirement, seeing your family evolve and perhaps having more confidence in the decisions you make. Of course, there are certain disadvantages to the aging process …Read more

Can Kids Get Cataracts?

FACTS ABOUT CATARACTS When you think of cataracts, do you envision your grandparents? If so, you are not alone. Many people associate cataracts with older age. However, not just older adults develop cataracts. Here, King LASIK explores the answer to the question, “Can kids get cataracts”? What Is a Cataract? A cataract refers to a …Read more