A macular pucker can cause mild blurred vision and floaters. Sometimes it can heal without the need for treatment.
Symptoms are generally quite mild. There is no risk of permanent vision loss. The condition is often a result of the ageing process.
A macular pucker is a scar that forms over the part of your eye responsible for colour, central vision and detail (the macula). This scar can cause a wrinkle, resulting in blurred vision.