Age-related macular degeneration is an eye disease which with the passage of time causes dim and unclear vision and makes it difficult to drive, read and see pictures, people, places or any object. As with the increase in age, the macula gets steadily damaged, which plays a vital role in vision that aids you to see the clear and perfect picture of the things that are present in front of your eyes. The macular degeneration disease can be classified as dry and wet. In the dry form, the central vision is steadily becoming dimmer or more blurry with the progress of disease. But, in the wet form, the symptoms of disease appear suddenly and results in worse quickly, which leads to severe central vision loss.