Types of Intraocular Lens (IOL) Implants

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The natural lens in the eye, where cataracts form, is a strong magnifying lens. Without an intraocular lens implant you would need to wear very thick magnifying type glasses or a contact lens after surgery. All types of IOLs offer improved vision after surgery. In May of 2005, a Medicare Ruling cleared access for Seniors to pay an out-of-pocket fee for an upgrade to replacement lenses that treat cataracts as well as the loss of reading vision associated with age (presbyopia). Contact us to schedule your evaluation and let our doctors help you decide what type of implant is best for you.

Click here to learn about the different IOLs used for cataract surgery.

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