Category: Floaters

When should I worry about floaters?

Posted by: Aker Kasten Eye Center in Floaters on January 15, 2020

Boca Raton, Fl | Aker Kasten

Floaters are gray or black specks or strings that can develop in one’s vision. Floaters will drift along with the movement of your eye and can be difficult to look at directly. This is because these floaters develop inside the liquid of the eyes, called the vitreous. Very small fibers in the fluid can clump… Read More