Glasses for One Eye After Cataract Surgery?
SEP 08, 2015
What you are describing is very common for nearsighted patients after cataract surgery, especially while they are waiting to get cataract surgery in the other eye. You may find placing a blank or "dummy" lens over your operated eye causes more trouble than the expense is worth. You probably will be best served getting a pair of +2.50 or +2.75 over- the-counter reading glasses for your up-close work and relying on your operated left eye in the distance until you can get the right eye corrected to a similar level as the left.