Cataract surgery is a safe and effective procedure. Unlike cataract surgery of a few decades ago, there is no need for prolonged bed rest and hospitalization.
However, as with all surgical procedures there are some possible complications.
We will now discuss the possible complications that can occur with this procedure, which can be described as minor and major. Minor complications are, in most cases, temporary and are often easily treated by your healthcare providers with some type of medication, extra visits or additional surgery.