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Cataract surgery is a common and generally safe procedure that is performed to remove cloudy areas, or cataracts, from the lens of the eye. Cataracts can cause vision to become blurry or cloudy, and can eventually lead to blindness if left untreated. The main benefit of cataract surgery is improved vision. After the procedure, most people experience a significant improvement in their ability to see clearly. Other potential benefits of cataract surgery include reduced glare and improved night vision.

As with any surgical procedure, cataract surgery also has risks. Some potential risks include infection, bleeding, and swelling of the eye. In rare cases, patients may experience more serious complications, such as loss of vision or retinal detachment. It's important to discuss these risks with your doctor and carefully weigh the potential benefits and drawbacks of the procedure before deciding if it's right for you.

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