Cataract surgery even successful surgery, even small incision phacoemulsification and stitchless increases the risk of retinal detachment in EVERYONE due to shifts in the vitreous with the human lens gone and an IOL in the eye.
In the general population the risk of a retinal detachment is as low as one in 8 to 10 thousand. In cataract patients the risk is perhaps one in 500 to a 1000. In some patients such as highly myopic, those with complicated IOL surgery, family history of RD the risk can be as high as 2-6%
After having cataract surgery and loosing the sight in my eye due to complications; I would suggest routine visits to a retinal specialist as well if you're in a high risk group.