Multifocal lens or Restor: The multifocal lens is geared for patients that are looking to reduce their dependence on glasses. The multifocal lens is able to provide near vision, intermediate vision and distance vision – with 90% or more of patients not finding the need to wear glasses at all. This lens is not covered by insurance and typical out-of-pocket costs are required.
Toric lens: The toric lens is geared for patients that have mild, moderate or severe amounts of astigmatism (curvature of the eye). The toric lens has one focal distance. Most patients prefer to target distance vision with a toric lens, and end up just wearing reading glasses. However, some patients with a toric lens require glasses to “fine tune” their distance vision as well. The toric lens is not covered by insurance and typical out-of-pocket feesmay be required.
Traditional lens: The traditional lens has one focal distance and cannot correct astigmatism. Most patients that choose a traditional lens implant will need glasses to “fine tune” their vision for distance and reading. This lens is typically covered by insurance.
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