My 6-year-old daughter underwent retina surgery in the right eye after a fire cracker accident. The trauma has caused a cut through the center of the macula, but by God's grace she is slowly recovering and is able to read flash cards and do coloring pages with occlusion of the left eye. But while reading the cards (of letters 2 inches in size) she has to hold the card above her eye level to get vision clarity while big letters are clear when held at eye level or down. She has oil in her eye that was injected after surgery and her lens was removed during surgery. Can you please give me the possible reason for her not able to get clarity of words at eye level or below that? Is it linked in any way to the oil that was injected or the lens that was removed? Will it improve over time? She wears prescription glasses of power +10 and cylindrical -3.25 and today, noticing an improvement they have added a 12 for near vision also. Her eye surgeon has suggested replacing the glass with contact lens (in the right eye) to improve clarity. Is is OK for her to wear them now or is it best to wear only glasses until her lens is placed?