What should I expect after cataract surgery?
Cataract is a safe and successful procedure. Within several days after the cataract surgery, you will notice improvement in vision. Most people have excellent outcomes with no complications that influence vision after cataract surgery.
Despite the high seccess rate, some people experience dificalties adjusting following surgery and experience side effects. To learn how to overcome side effects and speed up the neuroadaptaion click here: Post Cataract Surgery
Dry eye, decrease in contrast sensitivity and glare maybe some of the side affects you might experience after cataract surgery. Other severe complications may include eye inflammation, cloudiness of the lens capsule, posterior capsule opacity(PCO), dislocation of the intraocular lens, and other complications after cataract surgery, which most often occur in patients with other health conditions, such as diabetes, or high blood pressure.
Other complications after cataract may include swelling of the macula, ptosis (droopy eyelid) and high intraocular pressure.
The risk of severe complications has decreased over the years with advances accomplished in surgical tools and techniques.
All complications can achieve a good outcome if you are seen by the ophthalmologist when symptoms first begin and treatment is done immediately.
In the case of blurry vision after cataract or other common eye diseases, RevitalVision offers an excellent opportunity to improve vision.
Post-cataract surgery RevitalVision exercises affect the vision processing ability in the brain and improve vision. The program is scientifically and clinically based. The exercises are composed of 30 training sessions done at home on your computer. Feel free to contact RevitalVision for more information and learn more about how you can get much needed help to improve your vision.