After most outpatient cataract surgeries, the patient can expect her vision to begin improving and becoming clearer about a day or two after the surgery. However, she is likely to experience quite blurry vision for a sho... More »

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Immediately after cataract surgery, vision is often blurry, according to Mayo Clinic. Patients sometimes have slight pain or an itchy feeling in the affected eye. It's also common for the eye to tear or be sensitive to l... More »

People who suspect a botched cataract surgery with Toric Lense implants have several options, including talking with their doctor, getting a second opinion and consulting with an attorney, according to lawyers at Avvo. D... More »

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After cataract surgery, vision begins improving within a few days, with blurriness starting to clear by the next day, Mayo Clinic states. It generally takes a few days before vision is completely restored after the surge... More »

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Cataract surgery is an outpatient procedure. It takes about an hour to perform and can be conducted with ultrasound, explains Mayo Clinic. Intraocular lenses can be fitted to correct nearsightedness and farsightedness, a... More »

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Although it may be safe to fly as early as the day after cataract surgery, it is advised that an individual discuss any postsurgery air travel with his ophthalmologist, suggests Wayne Bizer, D.O., of EyeSmart. The surgeo... More »

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It is possible to return to work as soon as the next day after cataract surgery, notes The Royal College of Surgeons of England. However, every patient responds differently, and the demands of different jobs also vary. J... More »

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