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Cataracts Risk Factors

Cataracts Risk Factors

Cataracts Risk Factors
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The single biggest risk factor for cataract development is age. In fact, half of the people over the age of 55 have some degree of cataract. Now, there are other risk factors such as debilitating chronic disease, diabetes, trauma, and in fact, certain medications can predispose someone to developing cataracts.

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Jonathan Davidorf, MD

Ophthalmologist

  • Board Certified Ophthalmologist
  • Director of the Davidorf Eye Group in West Hills, CA
  • Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA’s Jules Stein Eye Institute

Doctor Profile

Jonathan Davidorf, MD

Ophthalmologist

  • Board Certified Ophthalmologist
  • Director of the Davidorf Eye Group in West Hills, CA
  • Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA’s Jules Stein Eye Institute

Doctor Profile

Jonathan Davidorf, MD

Ophthalmologist

  • Board Certified Ophthalmologist
  • Director of the Davidorf Eye Group in West Hills, CA
  • Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA’s Jules Stein Eye Institute

Doctor Profile

Jonathan Davidorf, MD

Ophthalmologist

  • Board Certified Ophthalmologist
  • Director of the Davidorf Eye Group in West Hills, CA
  • Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA’s Jules Stein Eye Institute

Doctor Profile

Jonathan Davidorf, MD

Ophthalmologist

  • Board Certified Ophthalmologist
  • Director of the Davidorf Eye Group in West Hills, CA
  • Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA’s Jules Stein Eye Institute

Doctor Profile

Jonathan Davidorf, MD

Ophthalmologist

  • Board Certified Ophthalmologist
  • Director of the Davidorf Eye Group in West Hills, CA
  • Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA’s Jules Stein Eye Institute

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