Say Goodbye to Visual Difficulties After Cataract/ Refractive Eye Surgery, Train Your Brain to View Better, Faster
Did you just undergo eye surgery to treat your cataracts with multi focal intra ocular lenses? Or you chose to reduce dependency on eyeglasses by undergoing refractive error surgery?
Are you finally ready to get back to your old hobbies of reading/gardening/driving?
Are vision disturbances post-surgery, like double vision, blurring of vision or poor depth perception, keeping you from enjoying these hobbies?
Worry not though, as these visual disturbances are transient and treatable. With the latest technological advancements in post-surgical eye rehabilitation, the improvements in vision are quite rapid and remarkable.
Let us understand how and why these visual disturbances occur and what can you do about it:
With cataract surgery, the old, damaged lens is replaced by a new synthetic IOL, whereas for refractive surgery, either the cornea is reshaped or a new phakic IOL is implanted in addition to the natural eye lens. The implanted IOL takes up the job of focusing visual imagery, and the brain now has to learn to interpret the new imagery relayed from the IOL.
New Lens, Same Brain