I have had yag surgery and now I have starbursts at night, from car headlights, streetlights and traffic lights.
My doctor looked twice, two different appointments, and said there was no problem. His assistant said that the eye might still be healing, inferring that after total healing the starbursts would disappear. The yag surgery was performed about 9 months ago. I called Baush and Lomb , the expert said that particular lens , a hydrophobic , mono-focal lens , has no history of starburst or glare symptoms.
Does anyone have any insights. I am trying to find a Yag machine salesman, who might have some ideas.