Cloudy Lens After Cataract Surgery
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Cloudy lens after cataract surgery usually occurs as a result of PCO or posterior capsule opacification. One of the main symptoms of PCO is cloudy lens after cataract surgery.Posterior capsule opacification is a result of cells remaining after cataract surgery that grow over the back of the lens capsule, causing it to thicken and become slightly opaque thus leading to a cloudy lens after cataract surgery.Among the symptoms of PCO are cloudy lens after cataract surgery, glare around lights, sensitivity to bright light and halos.
Improving cloudy lens after cataract surgery may be achieved by Yag laser capsulotomy in which a laser is utilized to create a small hole in the lens capsule to improve the vision. This hole allows more light to transfer through the artificial lens, thus clearing up the cloudy lens after cataract surgery.
This procedure is a walk-in/walk out procedure and the vision will return during the first 5–10 minutes after the Yag is done.Yag is simple, safe and a commonly performed procedure.It is not recommended to drive after the procedure, and therefore it is necessary to have someone assist you home.Complications as a result of Yag laser capsulotomy are very uncommon. In the case of cloudy lens after cataract surgery 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 composed of 30 training sessions done at home on your computer. RevitalVision therapy is clinically and scientifically based. Feel free to contact RevitalVision for more information and learn more about how you can get much needed help to improve your vision.