You’ve been hearing it since you were three years old. You’ve read it in magazines, you’ve heard it during your annual Arizona eye exam, and you’ve seen it on pamphlets at the doctor’s office: carrots are good for your eyes.
For some, making the decision to undergo Arizona cataract surgery is an easy one. Maybe they’ve been living with foggy vision for months. Maybe they’ve been experiencing difficulty reading. Maybe they’ve even had to refrain from doing daily activities because of seriously impaired vision.