Yes I have had patients with that problem. Generally its not due to the Crystalens as much as dry eyes. If you didn't take restasis for at least 4-5 months you did not give it enough time. Suggest you hold off on the Yag and get a second opinion about your problem.
In the meantime use the search feature and archives to read about treatment of dry eyes.
I had a Crystal lens implant in February of this year. The doctor told me I had developed a macula pucker which might have been triggered by the cataract/astigmaticism/Crystal lens implant surgery. A retina specialist said I needed surgery to correct the pucker but my opthamologist who operated on me initially said he feels the macula pucker has pretty much corrected itself and he doesn't recommend surgery for that. However, he told me near-sightedness and astigmaticism has returned. He told me to try contacts, or I should consider Lasix surgery to correct the astigmaticism and laser surgery for the near-sightedness. The contacts are not working that well and the optometrist said I should wear reading glasses in addition to contacts. .
How can near-sightedness and astigmaticism come back after surgery to correct them and in so short a period of time?
-What a nice set of short-term maladies the Crystal Lens seems to be presenting. I was minutes away from a Crystal Lens surgery before I backed-out at the last minute....I am glad I did;. I don't need to be a guinea pig or a piece of "clinical" data for future generations to discover that,these lenses are about as safe as getting your foot sized in an x-ray machine. Additionally I heard that a long-term problem of the crystal lens implant may include "siezing" of the hinges that allow the lens to flex. But let me say that I am hoping Crystal Lens can correct the problems. Many people NEED this technology. So come on Crystal Lens - - get your act together !!!!