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Cataract surgery removes a clouded eye lens, replacing it with an artificial one. During the routine outpatient procedure, eye doctors make a tiny incision before breaking up and removing the cataract. Placing the new artificial lens allows the patient to see clearly. The procedure is low-risk, but following the postsurgical plan is vital for recovery.
Contact lenses have become an integral part of our lives, providing an alternative to the traditional eyeglasses. They offer a natural field of view, no fogging or slipping, and the ability to wear non-prescription sunglasses and goggles.