Is it normal to have poor vision after cataract surgery?

Cataract surgery is generally performed to improve vision by removing the cloudy lens and replacing it with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL). While some patients may experience temporary fluctuations in vision or minor issues during the healing process, poor vision should not persist long-term. If you are experiencing persistent poor vision after cataract surgery, you should promptly consult your ophthalmologist to identify and address any underlying issues.

if the doctors’ check was normal and you still experience blurry vision, You can try RevitalVision treatment.

Patients who find it difficult to adjust following cataract surgery can shorten their adaptation period in a fast and effective manner. Significant vision improvement is expected just 1 month after starting the program.





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