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Intra-Ocular Implants

Exciting advancements in ophthalmology are now available to patients being evaluated for cataract surgery. If cataract surgery is the best treatment for you, there are now advanced technology lens implants options that offer your best possible visual result. Central Florida Eye Specialists uses the latest technology for each patient’s assessment in order to provide the most precise data possible, facilitating optimal vision correction — customizing solutions to suit your specific eye care needs. Prior to your appointment, please feel free to research these choices below or call us with any questions: 386-734-2931.

Advanced Technology Lens Implants

These lenses are the ideal for many cataract patients. The single-focus lens implants give patients the best possible clarity at one distance, either for far away, intermediate or up close. Glasses will be necessary for some activities.

Single-Focus Lens Implant

These lenses are the ideal for many cataract patients. The single-focus lens implants give patients the best possible clarity at one distance, either for far away, intermediate or up close. Glasses will be necessary for some activities.

Toric Lens Implant

The Toric Lens Implant, for cataract patients with astigmatism, corrects both conditions simultaneously. The lens incorporates an optical design that corrects for pre-existing astigmatism in cataract patients, resulting in significantly improved distance visual outcomes.

Extended Range of Vision Lens

A multifocal lens helps cataract patients see it all- near, far and everything between, reducing the need for reading glasses or bifocals for the majority of the day. These premium lens implants are available for select patients who meet the specific criterion set by Central Florida Eye Specialists physicians.

Lens Implants

Lens implants use apodized diffractive technology — a design that responds to how wide or small the eye’s pupil might be — to best provide near and distance vision, but objects at intermediate distances may still be somewhat out of focus. No lens can promise you perfect vision or that you will never have to wear glasses ever again. But in FDA studies with this lens, 80% of patients reported that they never wore glasses after the procedure. When patients did need to wear glasses, most often it was for intermediate distance, for example: piano music, computers that sit further away, top shelves at the supermarket.

Intraocular lenses (IOLs) are used regularly for cataract patients, and now they can even be used to help address astigmatism and presbyopia, which are vision problems associated with cataracts. Presbyopia is a condition where individuals, typically over the age of 40, have lost the ability to focus on objects up close. Astigmatism is when the cornea is misshapen, causing blurry and distorted vision.

Personalized Attention to Your Particular Needs

Each of these advanced technology implantable lenses uses a slightly different optical design to help you achieve your goal of clear vision. The best way to determine which lens is the best choice for you is by coming in for a complete eye exam. Once our doctors have measured and examined your eyes, we can discuss your lifestyle and vision needs, and discuss which procedure will help you see your best. Your surgeon at Central Florida Eye Specialists will make his recommendation for you based on your specific physiology and needs.

If you would like further information, please call our office at: 386-734-2931.

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