Lifestyle Lenses: Your Options for Clear Vision
During cataract surgery your eye’s natural lens is removed. This is necessary because the protein build-up on the lens cannot be separated from the lens. After the lens is removed, your Lone Tree cataract specialist, Dr. Alan Margolis, will insert a new lens to restore clear vision. The good news is that the replacement lens options are amazing.
Intraocular lenses (IOLs) are artificial lenses that provide clarity to your vision. In the past, cataract patients only had one option: monofocal lenses that provided clear vision for one distance only.
Today there are a variety of Lifestyle Lenses that have advanced features for clear vision at multiple distances.
- Multifocal IOLs with multiple focusing points to allow for distance and up-close vision
- Accommodating IOLs that use the eye’s muscles to focus on an expanded range of vision
- Toric IOLs to correct astigmatism as well as nearsightedness and farsightedness
Lifestyle lenses can reduce or completely eliminate your need for reading glasses or bifocals after cataract surgery in Lone Tree.
The Choice is Yours
You will make the decision about which IOL to choose during your consultations and exams with Dr. Margolis. The various pros and cons of each IOL will be discussed in detail, allowing you to make the best decision for your lifestyle, vision goals and budget. Dr. Margolis can make recommendations for you, but ultimately the choice is yours.
To learn more about the different types of replacement lenses for cataract surgery, contact us today to schedule an eye exam. You can find out which Lifestyle Lens in Lone Tree might be right for you.