What is presbyopia?
Presbyopia is the condition in which the lens of the eye loses its ability to focus. It is a common condition that could accompany cataracts and impair your ability to see objects that are close up.
Have you ever found yourself holding a menu or book farther away to read it? the need for reading glasses is usually a sign of presbyopia. This aging of the eyes eventually affects everyone. If you have cataracts with presbyopia, the lens can correct both conditions.
What is a multifocal lens?
Multifocal lens is a breakthrough lens for cataract surgery that lets patient see from near to far, usually without glasses. It is effective when placed in both eyes. Most of the multifocal lens patients find that they can read a book, work on the computer, drive a car – day or night – and play golf or tennis with an increased freedom from glasses. You my experience visual disturbances in low lighting conditions, therefore increased care should be taken when driving at night
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