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When it comes to correcting your cataracts, it’s important to know your eye conditions and lens options.

Check out the profiles* below to discover how cataracts and other eye conditions could be affecting your vision, and whether a similar lens could be right for you.

*Composite profiles based on real patient testimonials.
What could be causing the problem? Cataracts + astigmatism
Which lens could improve their vision? An astigmatism-correcting lens
What could their vision results look like? Elizabeth* could achieve crisper, clearer distance vision, like before she had cataracts, and maybe even reduce her dependency on distance vision glasses with an astigmatism-correcting lens.
Could it be right for me, too? If you have vision problems similar to Elizabeth's,* talk to your eye doctor about a replacement lens that lets you correct both cataracts and astigmatism. Click here to find out more.

 

Not everyone with astigmatism and cataracts will qualify for an astigmatism-correcting lens due to pre-existing eye health or medical conditions. Make sure you talk to your doctor about your medical condition and what options may be right for you.

 

What could be causing the problem? Cataracts + trouble seeing up close
Which lens could improve their vision? A multifocal or presbyopia-correcting lens
What could their vision results look like? Louis* could achieve crisper, clearer vision at far, near, and intermediate distances, and could reduce his dependency on glasses with a multifocal lens.
Could it be right for me, too? If you have presbyopia and cataracts similar to Louis,* talk to your eye doctor about whether a multifocal lens might be right for you. Click here to find out more.

 

Not everyone with astigmatism and cataracts will qualify for an astigmatism-correcting lens due to pre-existing eye health or medical conditions. Make sure you talk to your doctor about your medical condition and what options may be right for you.
What could be causing the problem? Cataracts
Which lens could improve their vision? A monofocal lens (also known as a standard lens)
What could their vision results look like? Melissa* could see clearer by correcting her cataracts with a monofocal lens, though she may need to wear glasses or readers for some distances.
Could it be right for me, too? If you have vision problems similar to Melissa’s,* talk to your eye doctor about a standard monofocal lens. Click here to find out more.

 

Not everyone with astigmatism and cataracts will qualify for an astigmatism-correcting lens due to pre-existing eye health or medical conditions. Make sure you talk to your doctor about your medical condition and what options may be right for you.
What could be causing the problem? Cataracts + astigmatism
Which lens could improve their vision? An astigmatism-correcting lens
What could their vision results look like? Elizabeth* could achieve crisper, clearer distance vision, like before she had cataracts, and maybe even reduce her dependency on distance vision glasses with an astigmatism-correcting lens.
Could it be right for me, too? If you have vision problems similar to Elizabeth's,* talk to your eye doctor about a replacement lens that lets you correct both cataracts and astigmatism. Click here to find out more.

 

Not everyone with astigmatism and cataracts will qualify for an astigmatism-correcting lens due to pre-existing eye health or medical conditions. Make sure you talk to your doctor about your medical condition and what options may be right for you.

 

What could be causing the problem? Cataracts + trouble seeing up close
Which lens could improve their vision? A multifocal or presbyopia-correcting lens
What could their vision results look like? Louis* could achieve crisper, clearer vision at far, near, and intermediate distances, and could reduce his dependency on glasses with a multifocal lens.
Could it be right for me, too? If you have presbyopia and cataracts similar to Louis,* talk to your eye doctor about whether a multifocal lens might be right for you. Click here to find out more.

 

Not everyone with astigmatism and cataracts will qualify for an astigmatism-correcting lens due to pre-existing eye health or medical conditions. Make sure you talk to your doctor about your medical condition and what options may be right for you.
What could be causing the problem? Cataracts
Which lens could improve their vision? A monofocal lens (also known as a standard lens)
What could their vision results look like? Melissa* could see clearer by correcting her cataracts with a monofocal lens, though she may need to wear glasses or readers for some distances.
Could it be right for me, too? If you have vision problems similar to Melissa’s,* talk to your eye doctor about a standard monofocal lens. Click here to find out more.

 

Not everyone with astigmatism and cataracts will qualify for an astigmatism-correcting lens due to pre-existing eye health or medical conditions. Make sure you talk to your doctor about your medical condition and what options may be right for you.

Cataract surgery is considered one of the safest surgical procedures in the US. But some common risks are infection; inflammation; tearing of the posterior capsule of your lens; visual effects like seeing halos around lights, glare; leaking from the incision; secondary cataracts (cells growing on the new lens) or cystoid macular edema (swelling). Your surgeon will discuss your specific needs and risks, based on the current condition of your eyes, before your surgery is scheduled.

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