It is time for you to get a second opinion.
Do not have the second YAG procedure without seeing a different eye surgeon. The YAG doesn't actually 'take care' of the cells that can often stick to the back wall of the natural sac that holds the lens in place. Rather, the laser actually cuts a hole in the cloudy area to let more light pass. It's kind of like cutting a hole in a dirty window pane. In most people, one single laser session works fine. But when you start talking about repeat YAG work in one eye, well, that's a complicated problem, and you want a top notch specialist handling things.
There is also the question of the 'bent arms' of your implant.' You need to find out what is actually going on there, whose responsibility it is, and what should be done about it.
Once again, I strongly advise you not to have any more laser work or any surgical procedures done without a complete evaluation by the best-qualified specialist you can find.