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    What is a cataract?

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    Simon has over 30 years experience in Optometry and Optical Dispensing and is the owner of North Lakes Optometry, an Ethical, Independent Optometry Practice providing … View Profile

    You have cataracts when the lenses in your eyes become cloudy, partially cloudy or opaque. There are many different types of cataract, classified by the part of the lens that has become cloudy.

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