An exciting update in lens
Reducing the need for reading glasses after cataract removal, without
compromising distance vision, has been a goal of ophthalmology for many
years. Until now, the vast majority of patients who undergo cataract
surgery received a monofocal (with a single focus point usually set for
distance vision) IOL (intraocular lens implant), which typically requires
them to carry around reading glasses so they can read a newspaper, menu
or medicine bottle, or do other things that require close vision.
Seibel Vision Surgery is excited to be among the first
to receive the new Alcon AcrySof ReSTOR lens,
a new surgically implanted lens that allows patients
the potential to reduce or eliminate their dependence on glasses or contact lenses.
The ReSTOR Lens (left) and magnified (right).
Alcon AcrySof ReSTOR lens has been uniquely designed
give cataract patients their best chance ever to live free of glasses.
What the ReSTOR Lens Does, next page —>