Floaters are tiny, dark, spots or strands that move across your vision. They tend to be particularly noticeable in bright light or when looking at a blue sky or light coloured wall.
Floaters are more likely to develop as we age and are more common in people who are very short-sighted, have diabetes, or who have had a cataract operation. Floaters are usually harmless and do not have a major effect on vision.
If you have noticed deterioration in your vision you should contact us and book an eye examination.