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Can cataracts come back?

Cataracts can only be corrected permanently by the fixation of an artificial lens to the eye, which replaces the clouded afflicted eye. Because of the nature of the disease—a clouding of the natural lens, it is impossible for cataracts to come back. If there are no post-surgical complications, the artificial lenses are widely considered superior alternatives to even clear natural lenses as they are impervious to disease or degradation.

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