Eye diseases can change the way you see what's around you. Do you ever wonder how someone you know is viewing the world? Are you curious what you'll experience should you develop an eye condition? Click on the eye diseases below to see how they could change the way you view the world.

Click on the eye diseases below and see how they could change the way you view the world.

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Glaucoma

An eye disorder that’s caused by too much pressure in the eye. It can damage the retina, optic nerve or both, and cause vision loss and blindness.

An eye disorder that’s caused by too much pressure in the eye. It can damage the retina, optic nerve or both, and cause vision loss and blindness.

Cataracts

An eye condition that clouds vision as the proteins in the lens clump together. Living with cataracts is like having to look through a haze or fog.

An eye condition that clouds vision as the proteins in the lens clump together. Living with cataracts is like having to look through a haze or fog.

Macular Degeneration

A common eye condition that disturbs the macula, which is the part of the retina that controls how well we can see detail in front of us—as opposed to seeing things in our periphery.

A common eye condition that disturbs the macula, which is the part of the retina that controls how well we can see detail in front of us—as opposed to seeing things in our periphery.

Diabetic Retinopathy

An eye condition in which diabetes damages the blood vessels in the eye and causes them to leak. This can result in vision complications and even vision loss.

An eye condition in which diabetes damages the blood vessels in the eye and causes them to leak. This can result in vision complications and even vision loss.

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This is a simulation and results are for illustrative purposes only. Many eye diseases do not have symptoms until further into their progression. Make sure to consult your eye doctor and get your eyes checked annually.

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