May 18, 2016
Different types of IOL’s are available during cataract surgery, when implanting a new lens instead of the foggy one. The type of lens chosen may influence the outcomes of cataract surgery multifocal lens problems.
What do cataract surgery multifocal lens problems include?
Cataract unclear vision occurs mostly in elderly people and is natural in the aging process.
During surgery, the natural opaque lens in removed and a clear, artificial lens is implanted. The artificial lens is called intraocular lens or IOL.
Different types of IOL include Monofocal, Multifocal, Accommodative and Toric lenses.
The Multifocal lens implanted restores visual function and allows total independence from eyeglasses. This lens enables vision at both near and distance and reduces or eliminates the need for glasses or contact lenses.
Cataract surgery multifocal lens problems are caused by the side effects of the multifocal IOL. These side effects include glare, halos around lights, and decreased sharpness of vision, which occur especially at night or in dim light. In addition, the ability to read and perform other tasks without glasses varies from person to person. Another cataract surgery multifocal lens problem arises from the fact that this type of lens is much more expensive and not always fully covered by insurance.
Although cataract surgery is a common and safe operation, there may be a post-operative result of blurry vision, which is more common in patients with Multifocal IOL what leads to cataract surgery multifocal lens problems.
Luckily, you can now contact the help of RevitalVision, which is a treatment designed to improve your visual functioning. Post-cataract RevitalVision exercises affect the vision processing ability in the brain and improve vision. Feel free to contact RevitalVision for more information and learn more about how you can get much needed help to improve vision after cataract surgery or other common eye diseases.