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Since I had my Restore implant in 2011 my eyes are constantly watering, painful, sensitive to sunlight, I have eye infections, it is difficult for me to read and when I drive at night all lights are intense. When I get my eyes checked out the lens fits fine and I have perfect vision. How do I report this so others will not have the same problems.
How are you? ReSTOR® intraocular lens usually provides a full range of vision, decreasing the dependency on reading glasses or bifocals especially for patients with cataract. If the symptoms that you experience persist, it is best that you inform your attending physician about these (even if follow-up evaluations are normal) or you can also drop a note on the Restor website. Take care and best regards.
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