It is important that you have a thorough eye exam to determine your eye health and to make sure you have no medical conditions such as uncontrolled glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, or advanced macular degeneration.There are many factors to be considered when choosing the right lens for your lifestyle.If you need cataract surgery, you may want to consider premium presbyopia-correcting intraocular lenses (IOLs) that potentially can restore a full range of vision without eyeglasses.
Here are answers to a few frequently asked questions (FAQ) about presbyopia-correcting IOLs: Why would I want a presbyopia-correcting IOL for cataract surgery?
But if you want a good outcome with a multifocal IOL or accommodating IOL, you should make sure your surgeon is committed to presbyopia-correcting IOL technology and has undergone appropriate training in performing cataract surgery with these premium intraocular lenses.
Monofocal or Standard IOLs are fixed focal length implants that allow patients to see good distance vision only.
Studies have shown that surgeon experience is a key factor in successful outcomes, particularly in terms of whether you will need to wear eyeglasses following cataract surgery.
What problems are associated with presbyopia-correcting IOLs?