Seek a second opinion from another ophthalmologist. Possible causes of decreased vision include rotation of the Toric implant which may require repositioning, posterior capsule opacification (haze on the membrane behind the implant), cystoid macular edema (fluid in the macula, or center of the retina), or corneal edema (fluid in the front clear part of the eye). Waxy vision is not a diagnosis, but more a description of the blurred vision. If it is a
single-piece implant, the lens should be entirely within the capsular bag, or one of the loops (haptics) will rub on the iris and cause inflammation, elevated eye pressure, or even bleeding.