At birth, the natural lens of the eye is very clear. As time passes, this lens becomes cloudy and when it begins to interfere with vision, it is called a cataract. Cataracts are treated by a surgical operation that removes the cloudy lens and replaces it with a clear artificial lens implant (intraocular lens or IOL). Traditional (monofocal) IOLs that are placed in the eye at the time of cataract surgery are only designed for vision at a fixed distance. With these lenses, patients must use reading glasses or bifocals in order to see at close range. Multifocal IOLs can give a full range of vision from up close to far away without glasses. Thanks to the latest technology, Cataract Surgery gives patients several options from which to choose.
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