What Are Eye Floaters?
Eye floaters look like small specks or lines that go through your field of vision as your eyes move. While sudden eye floaters can be a symptom of retinal detachment or other serious eye conditions, they are fairly common, and happen from time to time without any need for concern.
How Do You Treat Them?
Most eye floaters need no treatment! However, if they are bothering you, just call eyecarecenter for a consultation.
What Causes Eye Floaters?
Floaters can be caused by several factors, including aging, inflammation, or retinal detachment. Typically, they happen because shrinking and clumping of microscopic fibers of protein in the back of the eye cast shadows on your retina.
What Do You Do If Your Eye Floaters Need Treatment?
Call eyecarecenter to set up your appointment with one of our eyecare experts about the treatment best for you!