Accommodating intraocular lenses for cataract surgery Sex skype chat
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An accommodative lens is able to provide vision at multiple distances, in a mechanism similar to the natural, crystalline lens.
An accommodative lens implant moves inside the eye as the eye’s focusing muscle contracts, mimicking the eye’s natural ability to focus.
Another alternative to an accommodative lens is a multifocal lens implant.
Please see the multifocal IOL section for frequently asked questions (FAQs) about these lenses.
The lens design features a silicone optic held in place by hinged footplates that allow the lens to move forward and backward inside the eye.
This feature addresses distance, intermediate and near vision and makes the recipient less dependent on glasses or contact lenses.