Today's revolutionary multifocal lenses are designed to correct a range of vision, near through distance, to provide a glasses-free lifestyle

Traditional monofocal lenses provide corrective power in only one segment of your visual range (typically distance vision).

Intraocular Lens Implants (IOLs)

Thanks to today’s technology breakthroughs, there are more kinds of intraocular lenses to choose from than ever before.

Multifocal Intraocular Implantable Lenses (IOLs)

MULTIfocal Intraocular Implantable Lenses (IOLs), These new, improved intraocular lenses allow patients the opportunity to achieve total freedom from glasses. Unlike traditional monofocal lenses, the revolutionary multifocal lens creates multiple focal points along the retina to dramatically improve vision. Using advanced technologies that enhance the implant’s ability to bend light so that an image is focused precisely along various points on the retina, multifocal lenses provide sharp, clear vision, near, mid-range and far. In the clinical study, 8 out of 10
patients receiving multifocal lenses reported they did not need to wear glasses or

TORIC Astigmatism Correcting Intraocular Lenses

Astigmatism means that the front surface of the eye (the cornea) is shaped like a
football instead of a baseball – it has two curves – one longer that the other. Because
the eye is only able to focus one curve at a time, the other curve is out of focus. The
word astigmatism comes from the Latin “a” meaning without and “stigma” meaning point
– without a focus point! Having cataract surgery when there is a significant corneal
astigmatism is best corrected by a TORIC astigmatism corrective lens.

MONOfocal Intraocular Implantable Lenses (IOLs)

Lens implant surgery for cataracts is the most commonly performed surgery in the US
and has been performed successfully for more than two decades. The lenses implanted
during this procedure do a great job of facilitating sight at a fixed distance. However,
most patients find they still need reading glasses or bifocals for clear vision at all
ranges, which is why so many opt for the newer, more advanced multifocal lenses.

Blue Light-Filtering Multifocal Intraocular Implantable Lenses (IOLs)

Today, both multifocal and standard IOLs come with blue light-filtering chromophore
technology. This unique feature filters out potentially harmful blue light (UV) in a manner approximating your own natural crystalline lens. The advanced lens is beneficial
because it protects the delicate inner nerve fiber layers at the back of the eye without
interfering with color vision or visual acuity.

Our doctors will thoroughly discuss which of the above lenses are right for you and your lifestyle requirements.

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