This is the seventh installment of 9 Important Questions You Should Ask About Cataract Surgery which can be downloaded from ECOF’s free eBook library.
Without a new lens in the eye, you could see shapes but they would be blurred and out of focus.
Usually, bifocal glasses are prescribed after surgery to correct for minor problems such as astigmatism…
A new multifocal lens uses a unique design that provides vision in a range of distances from near to far.
A new toric lens corrects astigmatism. Your doctor will discuss these options with you if you are a good candidate for either lens.
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