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Floaters are small dark shapes that float across your field of vision and can look like black or gray specks, strings, squiggly lines or even little cobwebs. They may seem to appear out of nowhere or dart in another
direction when you try to look at them.

Most people have floaters that come and go, and often don’t need treatment. But sometimes floaters can be a sign of a more serious eye condition.

Hear board-certified retinal specialists Drs. Geeta Lalwani and Vlad Matei describe the causes, implications, risks and treatment options for eye floaters.


Geeta Lalwani, MD, of Rocky Mountain Retina Associates
Vlad Matei, MD, of Rocky Mountain Retina Associates


Tuesday, March 8, from 7 to 8 p.m.


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