Utilizing apodization, diffraction as well as refraction technology, the ReSTOR® lens enhances upon regular substitute lenses (IOLs) by offering extensive focusing abilities so people can see clearly inside a array of lighting situations and at all ranges — at midday or night time, nearby or far away, and many ranges between. Nearly 80% of individuals who use the ReSTOR® lens don’t have to depend on contacts or glasses following surgical treatment.
The best way to find out if ReSTOR is the right IOL option for your cataract surgery procedure is to speak with Dr. Margolis in person. Please call 303-797-1150 today to schedule a consultation at our office in Lone Tree.
Who’s a Good Prospect for the ReSTOR Lens?
Dr. Alan Margolis performs many ReSTOR lens treatments every year for people with and without cataracts. However, your candidacy for almost any specific lens must be determined with an comprehensive screening exam. To find the best results we’ll have to decide which of the new technology lenses is right for your own personal case. A variety of eye conditions exist that could make you a better candidate to get a specific lens in comparison to the other. Generally speaking, the most effective NON-cataract candidates possess a regular eye exam and therefore are dependent on reading glasses or bifocals. It’s important for people to have reasonable expectations for what the treatment may provide.
Contact a ReSTOR Specialist
Please contact Margolis Vision today to schedule your cataract surgery consultation. We serve patients in Lone Tree, Castle Rock, and throughout the Denver area.