Exactly what kind of traditional bulbs have you been using?
I can tell you that I switched from “standard” replacement bulbs to Sylvania Silverstar Ultra bulbs (see attached chart) when I had my cataracts (since removed) and it truly made a huge, huge difference. They really are far, far brighter and whiter.
How do they accomplish this? By altering the gas and the filament (purer) to allow the filament to burn hotter.
The tradeoffs? Operating hours and cost.
A Silverstar Ultra is life rated at about 1/4 the operating hours of a standard bulb.
It also costs about 4 times the price.
net/net, it’s about 16 times the cost long term. They’re 4 times the price and you have to replace them 4 times as often.
Is it worth it? Absolutely positively in my opinion. It greatly enhanced my driving safety until I got my cataract surgery. I strongly urge you to try these (if you haven’t already) before investing in an different system. NOTE: I realize that they now make LED lamps that are allegedly direct-replacement for quartz-halogen incandescent bulbs, which is what standard bulbs are. And, in the interest of full disclosure, I haven’t tried them. But I still recommend trying the Silverstar Ultras first. You’ll be amazed. I was.