LENS (IOL) OPTION
Once your doctor diagnoses you with cataracts and confirms that you are ready for cataract surgery, together you can discuss your needs in order to determine which Intraocular Lens (IOL) are best suited for your lifestyle after cataract surgery.
Monofocal 1-Piece IOL
Your basic lens replacement option to help you see far away, so you only need your glasses to focus on objects at immediate or near distances.
Multifocal 1-Piece IOL
Provides excellent near, intermediate, and far vision for those with presbyopia, so you can focus where you use your vision overall without often wearing glasses.
Extended Range-of-Vision IOL
Offers both excellent distance and intermediate vision, with improved near vision for those with presbyopia.
Toric 1-Piece IOL
This monofocal toric lens helps to correct astigmatism as well as offer excellent distance vision. However, you may still need glasses for near activities, such as reading.
Extended Range-of-Vision Toric IOL
The presbyopia-correcting IOL is designed to address both presbyopia and astigmatism. This toric lens for cataract surgery is designed for patients with astigmatism who also wish to address their presbyopia.
Modern-day Monofocal IOL
Designed for high-quality distance and improved intermediate vision to make everyday tasks easier.
The Continuous-Range-of-Vision IOL not only address presbyopia, they allow you to see a continuous range of high-quality vision, which may reduce your dependence on glasses.