What are the side effects of cataract surgery?

The cataract surgery is a straightforward procedure with a low occurrence of complications. After the surgery, patients may experience an adjustment period for their eyes and brain, leading to the presence of halos or glares in their vision, especially at night. However, these side effects typically last for about a week, after which normal vision is usually fully restored.

Although most individuals recover their regular vision within a week, some may face challenges in adapting to their new vision after the surgery. In such cases, it may take a longer time for their vision to return to normal. In this case, RevitalVision treatment can help improve the visual functions post-surgery and shorten their adaptation period in a fast and effective manner. Significant vision improvement is expected just 1 month after starting the program.

Before beginning treatment, you should consult your doctor to eliminate any other complications.


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