Eye floaters are small, moving spots in a person's field of vision. They appear in different shapes, such as dark spots, cobweb strands or squiggly lines, according to Mayo Clinic. Eye floaters are often more noticeable ... More »

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Clear squiggly lines are a type of eye floater, and their most common cause involves collagen, which are small flecks of protein, according to WebMD. The collagen comes from the back compartment of the eye, where it brea... More »

Eye floaters, which can take the form of spots, strings or "cobwebs" in a person's field of vision, occur naturally as part of the aging process, and they cannot be cured, according to Mayo Clinic and All About Vision. I... More »

Eye floaters, which can take the form of spots, strings or "cobwebs" in a person's field of vision, occur naturally as part of the aging process, and they cannot be cured, according to Mayo Clinic and All About Vision. I... More »

The main causes of eye floaters, or small moving shapes in a person's field of vision, are small flecks of protein called collagen, according to WebMD. Other less common causes include eye injury, diabetic retinopathy an... More »

Benign eye floaters don't usually require medical treatment or intervention; if eye floaters are bothersome, moving the eyes can shift them out of the field of vision. Eye disease and injury and diabetic retinopathy some... More »

Moving the eyes up and down is an at-home remedy to remove eye floaters from the vision field. Most eye floaters do not require medical treatment. However, if numerous eye floaters begin to affect vision, they can be rem... More »