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Am I a Candidate?

You may be a candidate for intraocular lenses if you are between the ages of 21 and 80 and cataracts have caused you to experience:

  • blurred vision
  • difficulty driving at night because of glare
  • problems reading
  • overall diminished vision that is not improved by your recent-prescription contact lenses or glasses

Your ophthalmologist will perform a preoperative examination to ensure that you meet the requirements for cataract surgery. Though some conditions may prevent you from having intraocular lenses (see General IOL Requirements below), if you are in relatively good health and are not suffering from an eye disease, vision improvement with intraocular lenses may be an option available to you.

Treatments Available
:: TECNIS Multifocal Lens (IOL)
:: Gravlee Safety Bevel


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