My 95 year old dad has cataracts, but seems to do fair with glasses. Two years ago, the doc said that surgery was an option, and said he's done it on other patients my dad'a age.
My dad is frail, walks with a cane, uses hearing aids but still has fairly severe hearing loss, and has some cognitive impairment - not sure you'd actually declare it dementia, and he does a pretty good job of hiding it.
I am very hesitant to support his possible desire to get this surgery at his age, but have not spoken up about it yet.
Do any of you wise folks have experience with this, and would you be so kind as to share your thoughts?