What causes problems after cataract surgery blurred vision?
3 million Americans undergo cataract surgery every year, with a successful rate of 98%. Though problems after cataract surgery blurred vision are rare, but they can (still) occur. These uncommon complications include inflammation, infection, bleeding, swelling, drooping eyelid, dislocation of artificial lens, retinal detachment, glaucoma, secondary cataract and loss of vision. Most of these side effects can be treated successfully. Being aware of problems after cataract surgery blurred vision before you undergo surgery, may prevent or decrease the problem.
Other reasons for problems after cataract surgery blurred vision are contrast sensitivity which is the ability to distinguish between an object and its background. A pre-existing dry eye condition can affect a cataract surgery outcome, thus leading to eye blurry after cataract surgery. Glare: since the opacity of the cataract played a role in filtering the light before the removal of the foggy lens, the patient feels a large amount of glare once a clear lens is implanted. Turning to RevitalVision for assistance is easy and accessible. RevitalVision is designed to improve your visual functioning and eye blurry after cataract surgery.
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