What are reasons for the defect of dots after cataract removal?

Vitreous changes. Most common cause of black dots after surgery is PVD (posterior vitreous detachment): very common & usually no complications & resolves over time. Diabetes though can affect retina (diabetic retinopathy, proliferative retinopathy) before & after cataract surgery. See your eyeMD: Be sure your vitreous (no blood) & retina are normal; see your eyeMD if dots persists: more @ eyedoc2020.Blogspot.com.

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Which r the reasons for the defect of dots appearing after cataract removal?

Vitreous changes. It is not uncommon to have changes in the vitreous (gel inside the eye, behind the lens) after cataract surgery. A posterior vitreous detachment, for instance, may not have been appreciated due to poor vision from the cataract (which blocks light coming into eye). Your eyemd can confirm if it is the vitreous or a posterior capsular opacity. Read more...

Can lower lid surgery be done after cataract removal?

Yes. After you heal completely from your cataract surgery, you can have any other surgery. Be sure to get the clearance from your original cataract surgeon. Read more...
Yes safe for Lids! Most modern cataract surgeries heal quickly with eyes drops to be taken for 4 to 6 weeks. If your vision is stable and the eyes are comfortable , it is safe to have the eyelids ( uppers and/ or lowers ) evaluated. Typically 3 months post op cataract surgery is an appropriate time to wait before lids or other non emergent surgeries around the eye. Read more...

20 years after cataract removal vision getting worse but still correctable to 20/20?

Congratulations. Sounds like you had very well-performed surgery. Read more...
Cloudy capsule? Even though your vision corrects to 20/20, your visual quality may be affected by other factors, such as posterior capsular opacification, ocular surface disease(dry eyes, eyelid inflammation), retinal surface changes, and other aging effects. A careful examiation by your eye md will help you understand what is affecting your vision as well as the solutions. Read more...

What is the best intraocular lens after cataract removal?

Bias! This response would depend on the specific surgeon, manufacturer, and the desired outcome. There is acrylic, silicone, pmma, multi-focal, accommodative, and aspheric options to mention a few. Read more...
Several. Depends on what your final goals are. If you would like independence from glasses, consider multifocal lenses. They do carry risk of halos and reduced contrast. They work well for the appropriately chosen patient. Make sure that you have a wavefront measurement as well as topographic images as higher order aberrations or corneal irregularities like forme fruste keratoconus are contraindicated. Read more...

Can dust accumulate on an intraocular lens once it's been put in after cataract removal?

No. This lens, called an intraocular lens, is inside your eye. I hope you don't have dust getting inside your eye! Read more...
Cataract Surgery:IOL. The lens: usually clear, behind iris; is like a "pillow in a pillowcase". When cloudy/white & affecting vision, surgery needed. Goal: remove top part of pillow case (anterior capsule), remove pillow (cataract), keep back pillow case intact (posterior capsule), place a new lens; Goal: keep capsular bag intact; no dust can get onto implant once in place. More info: eyedoc2020.blogspot.com. Read more...

After cataract removal and laser surgery, I need vitreotomy surgery--is it safe to do all these things?

Yes, if indicated. It is safe to do all these operations on the same eye if there is a medical reason to do so. Your doctor, perhaps with the input from a retinal consultant, will explain the reasons the procedures are required, what is hoped to be accomplished, and the associated risks. Read more...
Yes/no. Depends on the situation. No surgery is completely safe. If needed to repair and rehab the eye, you may not have much choice. Sounds like you may have erm (epi-retinal membrane). Take advice from your surgeon. Read more...