spare-specs refocus for multifocal iol implants

spare-specs refocus for multifocal iol implants

Designed specifically to minimize night-time glare and halo in patients with multifocal lens implants after cataract surgery. If you have had cataract surgery with a multifocal lens implant, such as the Rezoom™ (Advanced Medical Optics), the Restor® (Alcon), the Tecnis Symfony® (Johnson & Johnson), or the PanOptix (Alcon) Intraocular Lenses, then spare-specs Refocus may be the ideal solution to conveniently and inexpensively minimize night-time glare and halo that you may experience. State of the art multifocal lens implants are an excellent choice for patients desiring minimum dependence on glasses after cataract surgery. A very high percentage of patients with bilateral multifocal lens implants will not require any glasses at all. Some patients, however, will still want minimum strength reading glasses for certain very fine or prolonged visual tasks at near. In addition, some patients may notice halo and glare at night. It is important to note that not all patients with multifocal lens implants see glare and halo at night and those that do usually report that it diminishes greatly over 3 to 6 months. Nonetheless, halo and glare are occasionally noticeable by some patients on a long term basis. spare-specs refocus are designed to minimize glare and halo at night in patients with multifocal lens implants. To order a different frame than listed below, please visit the spare-specs custom prescriptions category of our website.

spare-specs refocus for multifocal iol implants

spare-specs refocus for multifocal iol implants

Designed specifically to minimize night-time glare and halo in patients with multifocal lens implants after cataract surgery. If you have had cataract surgery with a multifocal lens implant, such as the Rezoom™ (Advanced Medical Optics), the Restor® (Alcon), the Tecnis Symfony® (Johnson & Johnson), or the PanOptix (Alcon) Intraocular Lenses, then spare-specs Refocus may be the ideal solution to conveniently and inexpensively minimize night-time glare and halo that you may experience. State of the art multifocal lens implants are an excellent choice for patients desiring minimum dependence on glasses after cataract surgery. A very high percentage of patients with bilateral multifocal lens implants will not require any glasses at all. Some patients, however, will still want minimum strength reading glasses for certain very fine or prolonged visual tasks at near. In addition, some patients may notice halo and glare at night. It is important to note that not all patients with multifocal lens implants see glare and halo at night and those that do usually report that it diminishes greatly over 3 to 6 months. Nonetheless, halo and glare are occasionally noticeable by some patients on a long term basis. spare-specs refocus are designed to minimize glare and halo at night in patients with multifocal lens implants. To order a different frame than listed below, please visit the spare-specs custom prescriptions category of our website.