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During CLEAR, the crystalline lens is extracted and an IOL replaces it in a process that is very similar to cataract surgery: both involve lens replacement, local anesthesia, last approximately 30 minutes, and require making a small incision in the eye for lens insertion.
People recover from CLEAR surgery 1–7 days after the operation.
During cataract surgery, your physician will replace your natural lens with an IOL.
Today there are multiple types of IOLs, each delivering a different performance profile based on how the lens is designed.
The use of a flexible IOL enables the lens to be rolled for insertion into the capsule through a very small incision, thus avoiding the need for stitches.
Effective IOL implants also entirely eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses post-surgery for most patients.
The cataract will not return, as the lens has been removed.
The disadvantage is that the eye's ability to change focus (accommodate) has generally been reduced or eliminated, depending on the kind of lens implanted.
Again, these lenses can rotate inside the eye postoperatively or be placed incorrectly by the operating surgeon.
Either way, the patient's preexisting astigmatism may not be corrected completely or may even increase.