Whether you're considering having cataract surgery or have already had the surgery, it's important to understand the recovery process.
Usually, after eight weeks, both eyes should be completely healed and your vision should be stable. The consensus seems to be that it takes 1 to 3 months.
If you're planning to drive after cataract surgery, here are some expert tips on how to ensure your vision is as good as it can be. Learn more about avoiding heavy lifting and strenuous exercise, wearing protective eye shields, and more.
Having cataract surgery can help reduce your risk of developing dementia. A study by the University of Washington School of Medicine found that cataract surgery reduced your risk of dementia by about 30 percent.