What Should I Do If My Eyes Are Blurry After Treatment?

Mr Glenn Carp – “For patients who experience blurriness after the treatment essentially, the surgeon will run through with them the outcomes of the surgery on day one.  All patients are seen by their treating surgeon on the morning after their surgery and any residual healing issues will be tackled at that time point.  There may be still situations of residual swelling, dry eye, small refractive areas that are still in place that need further time to settle.”

Blurry Eyes Explained Further…

Blurry vision is common and expected, initially after treatment. As long as you are following all of the post-operative instructions provided in your aftercare package, the blurriness should pass in time.


Mr Glenn Carp explains what you should do if your eyes are blurry after treatment.

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Terrified of the surgery but it was not painful and afterwards had minimal discomfort. Very quickly adapted to life without glasses although strange at first. Great having highlights and could carry on reading because didn’t have to remove glasses!! Able to read texts and reply etc. Bliss Bliss! However distance still bit blurry but improving daily.– Patricia Torrance

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  3. Leda 30/03/2018 at 12:18

    I had cataract surgery and implants put in after the surgery my vision was worse I need glasses for everything did not before the surgery the doctor said I had something called secondary cataracts so he lasered them again there’s no difference I still need glasses to do everything I don’t understand.

    • Chloe Lay 04/05/2018 at 09:06

      We recommend you contact the surgeon who performed your treatment for an explanation as they will have your full medical details. You can also contact us directly for advice if you wish, on 020 7224 1005.
      Kind Regards, London Vision Clinic

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