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Lens Replacement

Please read the descriptions below of the options you may have when choosing to have Lens Replacement surgery with Douglas A. Katsev, MD.

  • Clear Lensectomy – for extreme correction over age 55
  • Multifocal Lenses
  • Accommodating Lenses

Rezoom:

This is a multifocal intraocular lens implant that is intended to sharpen distance, near, and mid-range vision. Glasses may be needed for fine print and halos might be noticed with night driving until the brain learns to accommodate for the change.

Restor:

The Restor lens is a multifocal intraocular lens that is a revolutionary lens that improves vision in a range of distances from up close vision to distant vision. Although you still may need glasses to correct mid-range vision.

Crystalens:

This lens accommodates to focus at various distances. The lens "flexes" to focus near, midrange, and distant vision.

Toric Lens:

The Toric lens is intended to correct not only distance or near vision, but the irregularity in the corneas shape (astigmatism).

 

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