What are premium intraocular lenses?
At Bentz Eye Center, we use premium intraocular lenses (IOLs) after taking out your clouded, natural lens during cataract surgery. Known as an artificial lens, an IOL can help reduce your need for glasses and contacts after inserting them. Often, this innovative treatment can address refractive errors, like nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. At Bentz Eye Center, our group proudly offers several biocompatible premium IOLs to meet your eyesight needs, including AcrySof® IQ Toric, AcrySof IQ ReSTOR® Multifocal, Crystalens® and TRULIGN® Toric, TECNIS® Multifocal, TECNIS Symfony®, and TECNIS Symfony® Toric ZXT. While these brand names may look complex, each IOL type offers various benefits that we can select for your needs. During a consultation with one of our ophthalmologists in West Palm Beach, FL, our team can help you learn more about your options and provide a detailed treatment plan. Please schedule an appointment to learn more about how IOLs can improve your vision and reduce your dependency on glasses or contacts.
What to expect with Intraocular Lenses
During your consultation for cataract surgery, our West Palm Beach, FL ophthalmologists will complete a comprehensive eye exam, listen to your lifestyle preferences, and select the best IOL for you. Our group offers several FDA-approved lenses that can assist with a wide range of vision concerns. We can often address specific vision problems, like seeing from a distance or up close, improving night vision, and treating astigmatism. One of the best benefits of an artificial lens is patients can generally reduce the need for glasses or contacts, which means clear vision all the time!
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Premium Intraocular Lens FAQ
How does an intraocular lens work?
Intraocular lens implants function just like your natural lens. They replace your natural lens and work to provide you with clearer vision and enable you with a solution to prevent blindness. Contact our eye doctors in West Palm Beach, FL today.
Who is a good candidate for intraocular lenses?
Bentz Eye Center patients that find themselves suffering from cataracts, nearsightedness, or farsightedness can benefit from intraocular lenses. Contact our office to learn more about how this treatment can work for you.
What all do intraocular lenses treat?
Various benefits can be treated to increase your vision. These include nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatisms. These artificial lenses also replaced displeased lenses and help with cataract surgery.
How long does it take for an intraocular lens to heal?
When you undergo this procedure, it will take about 8 – 12 weeks to fully heal. You should keep your eyes protected during that time and refrain from rubbing your eyes. Medicated eye drops will also be used during this time to help you heal.
Your path to clear vision
If you have trouble seeing or performing daily activities because of cataracts and you want to reduce your dependency on corrective lenses, you may benefit from premium IOLs. At Bentz Eye Center, our team can answer any questions or concerns about IOLs to help you feel confident about your decision. We’ll help you select the best type for your budget and needs. Please schedule an appointment at our West Palm Beach, FL eye care center to learn more about cataract surgery and premium IOLs with one of our board-certified eye doctors.