Eye Floaters Causes and Treatment
Would you like to finally free yourself from eye floaters by following a safe, easy and natural method?
Eye Floaters Causes
Floaters, also known as Eye Flashes are deposits of various shapes and sizes that float about in the eye.
The clear gel that fills the eyeball is called vitreous humour. If it starts to degenerate then bits of tissue will float within the eyeball.
Inflammation, wounds, physical damage and eye infections can result in floaters.
A sudden increase in floaters can be a first sign of a severe eye condition and even retinal detachment or worse. Take this very seriously and get expert advice straight away.
As a person gets older, the number of eye floaters usually increases, but very young people can also develop this condition particulary if they are nearsighted.
Some Conventional Treatments for Floaters
Eye Surgery – You could consider a Vitrectomy – removal of the liquid vitreous humour in the eyeball and its replacement with a synthetic solution.
Laser Vitreolysis – The burning of each floater individually with a laser. Many would not be confortable with somebody using a laser on their eye.
These procedures are expensive and they are prone to a high rate of complications.
Cataracts, retinal detachment, permanent blind spots and severe eye infections can sometimes be a side effect of these interventions.
Sometimes after laser surgery they can reappear and multiply, back to where you started.
You may not like the idea your floaters “burned off” with laser surgery. Do you really want anybody burning your eyes?
Some say the only treatment for floaters is surgery. You may find yourself in excrutiating pain for weeks after.
Some medical professionals even recommend eye drops.
You may have accepted that your floaters are there to stay.
An Alternative Solution for Removing Eye Floaters
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- If you have tried other products and found that none of them worked you are not alone.
- Remove your bothersome floaters from the comfort of your own home.
- Prevent more eye floaters from forming.
- Find out if your floaters are a sign of other eye conditions.
- Natural ways to significantly improve your vision.
Does you vision keep getting worse and you may be seeing dots and lines especially in bright light. Do you notice dust like particles when you look at the sky.
Imagine how your life would be without the constant irritation of eye floaters, no tedious floaters spoiling your vision, or being at home without the annoyance of seeing spots and flashes.
Never having to worry that your eye floaters will get worse and worse.
You could have peace of mind of knowing that you do not have retinal detachment or other severe eye conditions.
The Natural Eye Floaters Solution
- No surgical procedures
- No risks or side effects
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- Unlike eye surgery or conventional medications which are plagued by side-effects
- Natural, simple and extremely low cost system can do what eye surgery does – and without any side effects.
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Watch the video below for an explanation of the cause of Eye Floaters.
How Vitrectomy Surgery Can Help Eye Floaters
If you have floaters you need to keep a regular eye on the condition and note if it gets any worse. If it is getting worse it could indicate that your retina is not in a stable condition and may be getting worse.
In very bad cases surgery may be the only treatment. There is one form of surgery commonly used called a Vitrectomy.
What is a Vitrectomy
This is a procedure to remove the liquid in the eye which will include any floating debris causing the floaters. It is then replaced with a saline or salt solution. The procedure is usually done with a local anaesthetic around your eye area.
The surgeon will cut the vitreous gel an use a suction instrument to suck the liquid in the eye out.
The original liquid in your eye called the Vitreous Humor is a clear solution more like a gel so replacing it with a saline solution should not make any difference to your vision other that having no floaters. If the floaters are caused by an eye defect such as a retinal tear or bleeding then they will probably reappear over time.
This procedure may require an overnight stay in hospital but is also done as outpatient surgery. You will need to take life easy for a while afterwards. No rushing about.
Keep a careful eye on your vision, your eye and the surrounding area for:
- Vision getting worse
- Swelling around the eye
- New floaters or flashes of light
- Anything unusual happening in your vision
Vitrectomy is also done so that some surgical procedures can be performed without the liquid content of the eye being in the way such as repairing the retina with a laser.
Some complications may occur with any eye surgery and they are:
- Retinal detachment
- Retinal tears
A reputable surgeon will explain all the risks involved.
You might like to watch a short video explaining what is involved with a Vitrectomy procedure and what uses it has.
Video explaining Vitrectomy surgery