|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|cataracts icd 10||0.18||0.7||6830||71|
|cataracts in dogs||1.78||0.9||3485||76|
|cataracts after surgery problems||1.77||0.1||9130||18|
|cataracts symptoms surgery||0.8||0.8||8097||82|
|cataracts surgery procedure||1.89||0.8||5558||16|
|cataracts in cats||1.62||0.4||443||38|
|cataracts surgery cost||0.68||0.4||224||67|
If you are noticing vision problems and have been told you have cataracts, it's likely your cataracts are bad enough to require surgery. In some cases, people experience bothersome vision problems such as glare and halos at night even before their eye doctor notices significant clouding of the lenses in their eyes during a dilated eye exam.Can cataracts get better on their own?
Cataracts do not go away on their own, but they can reach a point where they stop progressing. Luckily, cataracts are easy to treat with surgery. Cataracts can also be prevented through healthy lifestyle choices, such as avoiding smoking and wearing UV-protective sunglasses outside.