3 Must Know Facts About Visual Floaters!

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Ever see eye floaters or see spots in your vision? Find out what causes these cobweb like spots and the symptoms of a retinal detachment in this video.

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Eye Anatomy photo with edits: Artwork by Holly Fischer
Eye Anatomy Photo 2 with edits: NEI/NIH
Retinal Detachment: Cogan Collection, NEI/NIH
Asteroid Hylosis Picture: Cogan Collection, NEI/NIH

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About This Video:
In this video Joseph J. Allen, O.D from DoctorEyeHealth reviews the 3 things everyone needs to know about floaters. If you are experiencing any spots, shapes, or cobwebs in your vision, then check out this video. This video covers what floaters are, when we might develop them, potentially serious retinal complications, and treatment options. Floaters can be annoying and even scary at times so I made this educational guide to help you understand what is changing within the eye and the potential complications as the floaters develop. In this video you’ll learn about my 3 must know facts about visual floaters and why you shouldn't put off getting into the clinic to be seen!

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