It is always possible to remove them but it is usually not done unless they are causing problems in the eye such as glaucoma or inflammation leading to loss of vision. It is not recommended to remove them just to change the prescription or update to a newer model as removal runs the risk of complications and the longer the implants are in place the more difficult it can be to remove them.
- Q What are the dietary recommendations for someone with cataracts?
- Q Is eye inflammation normal a month after cataract surgery?
- Q Are dark eyes more sensitive to light after cataract surgery?
- Q Is it unusual for an eye to be bloodshot after cataract surgery?
- Q How can cataracts affect my vision?
- Q Can I have LASIK surgery after having cataract surgery in both eyes?