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Multifocal Lenses

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Imagine driving with more confidence. Or golfing without losing sight of the ball. From reading to playing tennis to playing bridge, you can experience clear vision at near, intermediate and far distances with the help of multifocal lenses.

When you opt for cataract surgery with multifocal lenses, such as the AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® family of lenses, you’re opting for the opportunity for freedom from both cataracts and presbyopia, a condition that makes it difficult to focus on objects that are close to you as the lenses in your eyes lose flexibility with age.1

Multifocal lenses can even help you reduce your dependency on glasses. In fact, four out of five AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® IOL recipients reported never wearing glasses after having the lens implanted in both eyes.1

It’s important to note that while Medicare or private health insurance covers a portion of the costs of surgery and lenses for qualifying patients, some out-of-pocket expenses are associated with multifocal IOLs. But even so, more than 93 percent of patients who received AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® IOLs said they’d choose the same lens again2. It can also be helpful to ask if your surgeon offers payment plans.

Experience the Freedom of Vision at All Distances

Astigmatism Correcting Lenses

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Free Yourself from Cataracts and Astigmatism in One Procedure

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Do you have both cataracts and astigmatism? Astigmatism is a common condition that usually occurs when the natural surface of your eye is misshapen. If you have astigmatism, chances are you’ve worn glasses or contact lenses for much of your life.

Today’s technology means you can treat both cataracts and astigmatism at once during cataract surgery. During surgery, your surgeon replaces the cataractous lens in your eye with a new lens, known as an intraocular lens (IOL). You can choose an IOL that can treat astigmatism as well as cataracts, allowing you to enjoy more activities with reduced dependency on glasses, including playing golf and driving a car.

The AcrySof® IQ Toric IOL can greatly reduce or even eliminate your need to wear glasses for clear distance vision, though you will likely still need glasses for reading.

It’s important to keep in mind that Medicare or private health insurance covers a portion of the costs of cataract surgery and astigmatism-correcting lenses for patients who qualify, but some out-of-pocket expenses are associated with astigmatism-correcting IOLs.

However, astigmatism-correcting lenses may still save you money in the long run. Consider the long-term benefits of astigmatism-correcting IOLs, and ask if your surgeon offers a payment plan.

References

  1. AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® IOL (Model SN6AD1). Directions for Use.
  2. AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® IOL Brochure. August 2012. RES1219SA. Independent third party research; data on file, December 2011.
  3. AcrySof® IQ Toric IOL Directions for Use.

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