This study aims to test a novel postoperative eye shield Snaps Eye Shield after cataract surgery. Patients wear a protective shield for 24-48 hours continuously, and while sleeping for 2 weeks, after surgery. Current shields utilize tape to attach to the patients' face and cover the eye, which inherently is inefficient, uncomfortable, and often leads to shields falling off. The new eye shield utilizes two anchors to the forehead and cheek bone respectively that snap onto the shield for improved comfort and security. The study will be a crossover design where 20 patients will receive the novel shield after surgery on one eye, and will receive tape and current eye shields when getting surgery on the other eye. Data collection will occur after the patient has been able to use both shields and can therefore compare the two experiences. Data will come from a short quantitative survey comparing the two shields in multiple categories as well as two qualitative questions to get feedback on the new shield. We hypothesize that the new shield will be preferred to the old shield due to its comfort, ease of use, and perceived protection.