Presbyopia is the polite way of saying, "You're old and you need reading glasses." Even if you are in great physical shape, presbyopia will find you.
First, it became more difficult for you to see the road clearly while driving at night. Then, as you read the newspaper each morning, the text seemed as if it were becoming smaller and fuzzier. And the last time you went out for dinner, you blamed the dim lights for your inability to read the menu.
The cost of a lens implant may be a determining factor in your decision of whether or not to have IOL surgery. We have provided information on intraocular lens prices and financing options.
Before you have an IOL vision correction procedure, be sure that you understand the risks involved and discuss any concerns you have with your ophthalmologist.
Intraocular lens surgery helps those suffering from cataracts or presbyopia to improve their vision. Learn who is a good candidate and what kind of results you can expect for the procedure.
An intraocular lens (IOL) implant can be used to correct vision. New generation multifocal IOLs have the ability to correct vision at all distances.
Monofocal or Multifocal IOLs (intraocular lens implants) can correct the vision of those who suffer from cataracts or presbyopia (age-related farsightedness). Multifocal intraocular lenses are designed to correct both near and far vision. Find an intraocular lens implant surgeon near you.
Although presbyopia (age-related farsightedness) cannot be prevented, it is important to diagnose the condition early on in order to successfully treat its symptoms.
If you are over 40 or fast approaching, there are things to consider when contemplating LASIK. As you add birthdays, there are changes in the eyes that cause the eyes to decline in ability to focus from far to near. This progressive inability to focus is called presbyopia.
The TECNIS™ IOL can restore vision for cataract patients to a clarity not experienced since they were young adults.
ReZoom™ lenses are a safe and effective solution for cataracts and other vision ailments. Use this page to learn more about the ReZoom™ IOL lens.
The AcrySof® ReSTOR® IOL offers cataract patients the benefit of reducing or eliminating their need for glasses after lens replacement surgery.
Learn about how crystalens® implants can restore healthy vision. Crystalens® success lies in its ability to accommodate near and far vision in the same way as your natural crystalline lens.