PREMIUM LENSESTecnis® Multifocal lens
Multifocal lenses are just one type of implantable lens that can be placed during cataract removal surgery. The Tecnis® Multifocal lens is one the most exciting new premium lens implants in the multifocal lens category. Cataract patients are often excited about this lens implant because it can correct vision at near, far and intermediate distances after cataract surgery has been completed. The Tecnis™ Multifocal lens enables cataract patients to see objects that are up close as well as those that are far away, without the need for contacts or eyeglasses. Traditional monofocal lens implants after cataract surgery only give you the option for vision at one distance so the use of glasses is required.
Other benefits of the Tecnis® Multifocal lens include its abilities to minimize glare and improve low-light and nighttime vision. Improved vision is often noticed the day after the procedure but can sometimes be noticed immediately after treatment. For more information about the Tecnis® IOL or the benefits of the multifocal lens, please contact our practice to schedule a consultation.
Who is a candidate for the Tecnis® Multifocal Lens?
If you have been diagnosed with cataracts, you may be a candidate for the Tecnis® Multifocal IOL. If you choose the Tecnis® Multifocal Lens lens it depends on your personal preference, lifestyle and the health of your eyes. The best way to find out if you are a candidate is to schedule a consultation.
What does the Tecnis® Multifocal Lens cost?
There is an additional fee for premium lens implants not covered by your insurance. To determine what lens implant is right for you please schedule an appointment to discuss the options available to you.
How does the Tecnis® Multifocal Lens compare to other lens implants?
In the U.S. clinical study on the Tecnis® Multifocal Lens, 94 percent of patients who had the lens implanted reported that their vision functioned well without glasses for all distances, including intermediate – which is vision we use when focused on a computer screen.