Can cataract surgery cause floaters?

Answer On One Hand: Floaters as a Result of Cataract SurgeryCataract surgery is an invasive surgery of the eyeball. Any type of invasive eye surgery elevates the risk of a retinal tear or detachment. It... Read More »

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Do you get put to sleep for cataract surgery?

On One Hand: Numbing Is Preferred by SurgeonsCataract surgery anesthetics do not put patients "to sleep." Instead they numb the surgical site by direct application (topical), injection (local) or b... Read More »

Cataract surgery-anesthesia?

Numbing drops are used in the eyes, that is all that is used, and there is no pain. The surgeon or a nurse administers the eye drops.No IV , no anesthesiologist.

How to Survive Cataract Surgery?

Just the thought of cataract surgery can be frightening. The less you know, the more apt you'll be anxious about the procedure. Here are some simple steps to help you ensure you receive the best po... Read More »

Are you knocked out for cataract surgery?

On One Hand: Complete Sedation is Generally Not states that most cataract surgeries are done with only mild sedation and anesthetic eye drops. Cataract surgery has been perf... Read More »