Video: Who can get cataracts?
In this video, I explain who can get cataracts.
The most likely people to get cataracts generally are slightly older populations. So if you live long enough, you develop a certain degree of cataract.
Most people over 55 to 60 will have a mild degree of cataract. Now whether that affects you as an individual – the only way you’ll know is when you notice the symptoms. But as you get older, the more likely to develop the symptoms of cataract and they can interfere with your daily functioning of life.
The best way to see whether they are interfering, is getting a full examination and a discussion with me. And you can do that by booking an appointment using the telephone number in the end of this video.
About Jaheed Khan
My name is Jaheed Khan and I am a Consultant Eye Surgeon at Moorfields Eye Hospital and Clinica London.
My special expertise is in cataract surgery and conditions affecting the back of the eye, the retina, including AMD (Age Related Macular Degeneration), diabetic retinopathy, and various other diseases of the retina.
I have over 15 years experience in treating people with eye problems just like you, and have published extensively in scientific journals about treating eye conditions.
In my NHS practice, I am responsible day-to-day for the training of the eye surgeons of the future.