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What happens post cataract surgery?

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After cataract surgery, which is a rapid recovery procedure, the patient generally goes home, immediately can see brighter, and begin to see more of their usually surroundings. The patient can typically drive, they can typically move more, and the patient requires generally minimal down time. After the cataract is gone, the patient generally has to take some eye drops to help them speed up their recovery. These include antibiotics, and anti-inflammatories. So generally it is safe and effective, and rapid recovery.

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