Floaters, which look like specks, dots, circles, lines, or cobwebs in your vision, can be very annoying. Floater removal in Greenwich, CT, can significantly enhance the quality of your vision and your life.
What are floaters?
Floaters refer to the black or grey dots, strings, specks, and other shadowy shapes that appear in your field of vision. They move around as you move your eyes, seem to rush away every time you try looking at them, and are more noticeable when you look at a blank bright surface like a white wall or clear blue sky.
Though floaters appear to be in front of your eyes, they’re actually inside your eye. They’re made up of microscopic bits of vitreous gel – the clear substance that fills the space between the lens and retina of your eyes. These pieces of vitreous gel consolidate and cast shadows on your retina.