Floaters after cataract surgery are another factor that can limit or block your ability to see clearly. They are
collections or clumps of material that float in the vitreous gel that fills the back of your eye.
You may see spider webs or black spots that appear to move with your eyes as you look in
different directions. Many times this material will settle to the bottom of your eye and disappear from your line
of sight, but it is difficult to predict how long this will take. Other times your brain gradually adjusts to the
floaters and you will learn to ignore the presence of them.