Multifocal IOL Implants

Your Lifestyle. Your Vision.

Advanced technology lens implants used during cataract surgery provide an opportunity to reduce your dependence on eyeglasses. The surgeons at Associated Eye Care utilize the latest lens implant technologies to provide crisp vision at a range of distances and dramatically reduce or eliminate your need for glasses.

Multifocal lens implants, such as PanOptix and ReSTOR, provide clear vision at multiple distances. The PanOptix lens is the first and only trifocal lens implant available in the US. It provides excellent acuity at far, intermediate, and near distances without the need for glasses.

Extended depth of focus lens implants, such as Symfony, grant a continuous range of high-quality vision extending from near to far distances. The Symfony lens delivers enhanced depth of focus while maintaining excellent contrast to provide exceptional vision for your active lifestyle.

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If you're interested in greater freedom from glasses after cataract surgery, your Associated Eye Care surgeon will discuss your lifestyle and thoroughly examine your eyes to determine the best lens or combination of lenses for you.

While an advanced technology lens is usually implanted during cataract surgery to replace a clouded lens, they are sometimes used to alleviate the need for reading glasses in patients who do not yet have cataracts. These patients will never face cataract surgery because, unlike the eye's natural lens, an advanced technology lens will never develop a cataract.

Laser Cataract Surgery

Associated Eye Care is one of the first eye care practices in the country to offer laser cataract surgery, the latest exciting advancement in cataract surgery technology. This blade-less, advanced procedure provides our surgeons with a high level of precision during the procedure, resulting in a truly premium surgical experience for you.

The ORA with Verifeye+ System™

This sophisticated system increases the accuracy of your results by providing your surgeon with real-time information about the optical performance of your eye during surgery.