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Home  >  Eye Conditions  >  Post Cataract Haze

Once a cataract is removed, it does not grow back. However, a clear membrane is left behind the IOL at the time of surgery. Over time, this membrane will haze, causing decreased vision and increased glare. This may occur as soon as a few weeks after surgery, but it is usually one to two years after surgery before the haze becomes significant. When the haze is significant, a laser procedure can be performed (YAG capsulotomy) to clear it. This is a one-time procedure which is performed in the office.



 
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