Newer IOL's provide vision at all distances after laser cataract surgery. The Array Multifocal has particular abilities to provide a range of focus
Proper insertion and alignment of the IOL is an essential part of laser cataract surgery. Newer equipment had made it more precise than ever.
Dr. William Goldstein discusses eye conditions caused by aging, as well as symptoms and treatment options.
The most modern technique for cataract surgery is laser cataract surgery with phakoemulsification. This technique is the easiest on the eye, and most precise.
New IOL's (intraocular lenses) can act like bifocals or trifocals when used during laser cataract surgery. This leads to less need for glasses after surgery.
Laser cataract surgery requires lens implantation, and the newer lens implants can provide near and reading vision. One type of implant that can accomplish this is the Crystalens Accomodating IOL.
New technology for lens implant (IOL) calculations is available to ensure that patients will be more independent of glasses after laser cataract surgery
New IOL's (intraocular lenses) for cataract surgery can protect the eye from UV and blue light that can cause progression of macular degeneration
Multifocal iol's provide an extended range of focus without glasses after laser cataract surgery. The Tecnis Symfony is the latest of these lens implants