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The CrystaLens accommodating intraocular lens is engineered with a hinge designed to allow the optic, or part of the lens that you see through, to move back and forth as you constantly change focus on images around you.

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All other IOL's are fixed and stationary within the eye - a design that prevents them from accommodating, or moving to focus. The CrystaLens is unique because it uses a hinged design to allow for movement of the optic; this brings near, intermediate and distant objects into focus.

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Near and intermediate vision result from the action of the focusing muscle in the eye, called the ciliary muscle. This muscle changes the power and thus the focus of the natural lens. This enables the eye to automatically focus to provide distance, intermediate, and near vision.

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