Eye floaters are small moving spots that appear in your field of vision. They may be especially noticeable when you look at something bright, such as white paper or a blue sky. Eye floaters can be annoying, but they generally don't interfere with your sight.But sometimes eye floaters are a sign of a more serious condition.
The vitreous and its millions of fine collagen fibers shrink and become shred-like. Shreds can accumulate in the vitreous.
Eye floaters, when seen usually appear to have some slight. They generally appear to dart away when you try to focus on them. Eye floaters can appear in many different shapes, such as black or gray dots, squiggly lines, threadlike strands, which can be knobby and semi-transparent, cobwebs, ring shaped. Once you develop eye floaters they usually do not go away, though they tend to improve over time.