ReZoom multifocal IOLs are the ideal lenses for cataract patients
According to Dr. Boothe, cataracts are one of the most common vision problems for older patients. Until recently, surgery was the main type of treatment and, in some cases, even surgery wasn’t an option. These days, thanks to the ReZoom multifocal IOL (intraocular lens) many people can have a normal life again. ReZoom IOLs are special lenses that can be used for both nearsightedness and farsightedness. As the commercials say, they are good for far vision, near vision, and everything in between. This is a great thing because it offers a lasting solution to your vision problems.
How do ReZoom multifocal IOLs work?
As the name implies, they have a special ability to zoom. In this way, like the human eye or a camera lens, they will adapt to the needs of the individual patient. When you want to read a book, they will be perfect for near vision, and when you need to see something far away, they will adapt for far vision. They are implanted in the capsular bag through a small incision in the eye, which is where the name intraocular lens comes from. Each lens is different, made specifically for each unique patient. Before you can receive this procedure, you’ll need to discuss the procedure and your medical history with Dr. Boothe. He will be able to offer you all the information that you need. While you can find a lot of information from articles and the internet, discussing with your doctor is the best thing to do. Of course, like any other procedure, it has its risks, which we will discuss next.
Risks of ReZoom multifocal IOLIOL
Like many other cataract solutions, the ReZoom multifocal IOL procedure has some risks associated with it; however, by choosing a reliable, experienced, and thorough doctor, you will greatly minimize the likelihood of complications. Having a multifocal lens implant can be a great thing, as you won’t be obligated to wear eye glasses or change your contact lenses each day. On the other hand, in some low visibility conditions, you may lose some sharpness in your vision; however, the same can be true when wearing normal glasses. Most complications are minor or temporary. Some of the rare complications include infection or bleeding, particularly if you don’t use proper hygiene during the healing process or if you don’t choose the right doctor.
If you have cataracts, you need to make an important decision. Schedule a visit with Dr. Boothe, so he can tell if you this solution is right for you, and then guide you through the process. Imagine being able to go about your normal activities without the need for glasses. On the internet, you will be able to find other people who have tried ReZoom multifocal IOLs. On forums you can read about their personal experiences and even ask them questions.
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