Background and Objective: To evaluate the role of nonmydriatic ultrawide-field (UWF) color retinal imaging as a screening tool in the follow-up of asymptomatic patients after cataract extraction surgeries. Patients and Methods: A retrospective, observational case series. A review of electronic medical records identified patients after cataract extraction followed with UWF retinal imaging (Optos 200Tx; Optos, Dunfermline, Scotland). Images were graded and reviewed by a retina specialist. Outcome measures included image quality, the detection of peripheral lesions, and association with perioperative risk factors. Results: Seventy-six eyes of 58 consecutive patients were enrolled. A good visualization of the peripheral retina was accomplished in more than 90% of patients. Peripheral lesions were identified in 40 eyes (52.6%) with no surgery-related retinal breaks and/or detachments. Additional pathologies were found in 35 eyes (46.1%). Conclusion: Nonmydriatic UWF color retinal imaging was found to be a useful screening tool in the follow-up of asymptomatic patients after cataract extraction in this series.