All about Multifocal Intraocular Lenses.
There are different IOL options available for the treatment of both cataracts and presbyopia --
monofocal and multifocal lenses.
Multifocal lenses are designed to provide patients who have a strong
desire for greater independence from glasses or contacts with multifunctional vision.
Multifocal lenses offer perhaps the best potential for reducing your dependence on glasses and contact
lenses after Cataract Surgery or Refractive Lens Exchange.
Our practice has extensive experience with multifocal
lenses dating back to 1997.
Multifocal lenses work by providing simultaneous near and distance vision in each eye,
thus allowing both eyes to work together for both distance and near.
In 2005, the FDA approved the new multifocal
IOL manufactured by AMO, the Rezoom lens.
It's advanced optics have fewer aberrations than previous multifocal
IOL designs such as the Array.
What makes ReZoom better?
Five focusing zones for a full range of vision.
The ReZoom™ Multifocal Lens has uniquely proportioned visual zones that provide it with its major advantage.
Each ReZoom™ Multifocal Lens is divided into five different zones with each zone designed for different light
and focal distances.
Unlike other earlier multifocal lens designs, the ReZoom™ Multifocal Lens has proportioned
the size of its zones to provide for good vision in a range of light conditions.
For instance, some zones have
been designed to offer greater low light/ distance vision support during night driving.
Is ReZoom right for me?
How do I know if I am a good candidate?
If you are diagnosed with cataracts and are experiencing one or more of the following issues,
the ReZoom™ Multifocal lens might be right for you:
» Difficulty reading
» Difficulty seeing close objects
» Difficulty seeing to drive, especially at night
» Changing glasses prescriptions
» Needing bifocals
It all starts with filling out the Contact Form on this page or calling (321) 453-3937.
Call today and make your appointment for the best vision of your life!
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