Advanced Cataract Surgery

Premium Lens Implants

A wide range of replacement lenses are available to cataract patients, each offering different advantages for post-surgery vision. The most effective lens to use depends on the patient’s individual preferences and goals for their vision. The lenses eliminate the need for glasses or contacts after cataract surgery, providing most patients with convenient, effective results for their specific vision conditions.
IOL: Premium Lens – Overview

Technis Multifocal

Technis Multifocal can be used for those patients with or without presbyopia who want to have near, intermediate and distance vision without relying on glasses or contact lenses. Cataract surgery, which replaces the eye’s cataract-impaired lens with an artificial clear lens, also known as an intraocular lens, or IOL, is the most commonly performed surgical procedure in the United States.

Benefits Of The Tecnis Multifocal

Technis multifocal was designed to provide cataract surgery patients with a high-quality vision similar to that of a younger person. The Technis IOL is meant to improve functional vision – the ability to see objects in varying light conditions – especially at night and twilight and in rain, snow and fog. This means improved night vision and reduction of spherical aberrations, an undesirable scattering of light that is a common side effect of cataract surgery.

Unlike other multifocal IOLs, Technis multifocal provides the following benefits:

  • Excellent vision at all distances
  • Excellent vision at all light levels
  • 90 percent of Tecnis Multifocal IOL patients do not require reading glasses
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ReSTOR Multifocal

The AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® IOL is an intraocular lens that provides good near, intermediate and distance vision for patients who want to significantly decrease their dependence on glasses or contacts after undergoing cataract surgery.

Benefits Of The ReSTOR IOL

The biconvex optic of the ReSTOR IOL is shaped during a process known as apodized diffraction. Apodized diffraction provides the patient with an increased depth of focus.
Unlike other IOLs that are made of silicone or hard plastic, the AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® IOL is a soft, foldable acrylic lens.
There is no need for stitches because a smaller incision is made in the eye.
The ReSTOR IOL corrects for both cataracts and presbyopia.
The implant filters blue light without affecting the quality of vision.

Toric LensL

Intraocular lenses are used during cataract surgery to replace the damaged lens of the eye with an implant that clears up and corrects vision, oftentimes leaving patients with little to no dependence on glasses.

Up until now, patients with astigmatism did not have the same opportunities that other cataract patients have had in correcting their condition with the types of lenses that were available. Typically, the astigmatic patient would need an additional surgical procedure, such as refractive surgery or LASIK, to correct their vision after the procedure. If the patient did not want to undergo another surgical procedure, the only option for correction would be the use of either contact lenses or glasses to address their astigmatism.

Toric Lenses are able to accommodate for the condition of astigmatism. Toric Lenses are specially designed to correct astigmatism along with overall vision during cataract surgery, offering complete vision correction.
IOL: Toric Lens – Overview

Symfony & Symfony Toric Lens

First and only presbyopia-correcting extended range of vision IOL. It delivers a continuos, full range of high quality vision with incidence of halos and glare comparable to a monofocal IOL. It is available in both Non-toric version and a Toric version for patients with antigmatism.

Benefits Of Symfony & Symfony Toric IOL

The Proprietary diffractive echelette design feature introduces a novel pattern of light diffraction that elongates the focus of the eye resulting in an extended range of vision.
The proprietary achromatic technology corrects chromatic aberration for enhanced contrast sensitivity. Correction of corneal chromatic aberration results in a sharper focus of light. When combined with correction of spherical aberration, it increases retinal image quality, without negatively affecting depth of focus.

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To learn more about advanced cataract surgery, contact us to schedule a consultation in our Westborough or Salem, MA office by calling 508-836-8733.

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