Macular Degeneration is the number one cause of legal blindness in people 55 and older. The risk of Macular Degeneration significantly increases with age. In fact, people between the ages of 64 to 74 have a one–in-four chance of developing the disease.
Macular Degeneration results in extreme loss of central vision but not complete blindness. Macular Degeneration can hide undetected without obvious symptoms until it becomes very apparent and difficult to treat. Dr. Chris Teichmiller […]
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