Floaters

Floaters Explained

Floaters are a build-up of protein cells, seen as tadpole-like substances floating around in front of your eyes. They will not be seen when looking at dark surfaces such as dark carpets or walls as they are only seen if there is sufficient contrast.

Any new floaters should be investigated by your optometrist as they could be an indicator of an eye problem or disease.

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