June 28, 2018
Cataract surgery, a transformative procedure, involves the removal of the eye’s natural, cloudy lens and its replacement with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL). This surgery not only restores clarity but also significantly affects visual perception. The type of IOL implanted is a key factor in determining the need for glasses post-surgery.
Patients have various IOL options to choose from:
Will I need glasses after cataract surgery? Post-surgery, it’s usually recommended to wait about 3-4 weeks for eye stabilization before getting a new prescription, allowing any swelling to subside.
The decision to use glasses after cataract surgery depends on the following two factors:
After surgery, patients often experience decreased contrast sensitivity and require neural-adaptation. RevitalVision’s post-cataract program aims to improve contrast sensitivity by 150% on average, back to normal range, facilitating this adjustment.
RevitalVision offers a scientifically based, at-home exercise program to improve vision post-cataract surgery. This natural method, free of drugs and side effects, is designed to enhance visual acuity and adaptability.
In addition to clinical studies, testimonials from our patients who have used RevitalVision provide insights into their improved vision and adjustment experiences during post cataract program.
Our exercises are meticulously designed based on extensive clinical research and scientific understanding of the visual system. The program’s foundation lies in its evidence-based approach, ensuring that each exercise contributes effectively to the improvement of visual acuity and contrast sensitivity.
After cataract surgery, it’s generally not advisable to wear your old glasses, as your vision prescription will likely change due to the implantation of a new intraocular lens. Your old glasses may not provide the correct vision support and could cause discomfort or visual distortions. It’s important to have your eyes re-evaluated after your eyes have healed from surgery, typically a few weeks post-operation, to determine if you need a new prescription for glasses. Always follow your eye doctor’s recommendations for post-surgery care and vision correction.
If you had standard monofocal surgery you will need reading glasses to be able to read.
Overall, RevitalVision offers a comprehensive and simple solution for those looking to maximize their visual rehabilitation post-cataract surgery. Its ease of use, combined with a solid scientific foundation and safety profile, makes it an appealing choice for individuals seeking to enhance their vision naturally and effectively.