If toric contact lenses rotate out of alignment, the wearer experiences blurry vision, AllAboutVision.com explains. If the individual has worn the lenses for a long time, deposits can cause blurriness. Worsening eye sigh... More »

Some tips for wearers of toric contact lenses are to be sure to obtain the proper fit of lenses and to wear the appropriate type of lens for the type of astigmatism to be corrected. Toric lenses have special areas of thi... More »

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Wash hands with soap and water and allow to dry, advises Cooper Vision. Starting with the same eye as your dominant hand, scoop the lens out of the case with your index finger, and rinse it with contact lens solution. Be... More »

Ophthalmologists perform lens implantation surgery after cataract surgery so patients can enjoy clear vision without the need for thick glasses or special contact lenses, states EyeSmart. The lens implant is made of flex... More »

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Some common causes of blurry vision to the left eye are abrasions to the cornea, infectious retinitis, age-related macular degeneration, stroke or trauma or injury to the eye, though there are a number of conditions that... More »

Cataract surgery for blurry vision is not absolutely safe. However, complications after cataract surgery are uncommon, and most of these complications can be treated successfully, states Mayo Clinic. More »

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Signs of astigmatism include blurry vision, headaches and eyestrain, according to Mayo Clinic. These signs do not worsen with activities such as reading in poor light or watching a television from a very close range. How... More »