Multifocal implants are great if you like seeing "halos" around lights at night. Only had one eye done as only one was bad.Now it's difficult driving at night. If I had it to do over again I would go with single vision and saved $2700.Has anyone tried the multifocal implants? How much were they?
I have them big the in lifeMultifocal implants are great if you like seeing "halos" around lights at night. Only had one eye done as only one was bad.Now it's difficult driving at night. If I had it to do over again I would go with single vision and saved $2700.
Had both sides done. Severe stigmatisms in both eyes. Got me to 20/25 in left eye and 20/40 corrected in right eye. Best they could do. Get along pretty well without glasses but still see a little clearer with glasses. Would do again.I have very small cataracts. Thinking about cataract surgery. anyone who had the surgery: did it help your shooting? can you get rid of prescription?
Went through this. Dr. redid my right eye after found out i had had Lasik. Apparently changes the lense that they use.I found this interesting. I have been told, after having LASIK, cataract surgery requires a little more process than surgery with out LASIK. I ran across this which says it is possible to have LASIK after cataract surgery although it is quite rare, LASIK fixed my severe astigmatism in one eye which was 20-400 before and 20-40 after LASIK.
One of the common questions we get from people is whether or not they can have cataract surgery if they've already had LASIK. Dr. David Evans, PhD tackles this common issue and explains why there is so much confusion surrounding it, and expands on the subject to discuss other procedures like PRK...www.bettervisionguide.com
“Basically, LASIK surgery treats the cornea and cataract surgery treats the lens of the eye. Treating one doesn’t inhibit treating the other. Which of course not only means that you can have cataract surgery after LASIK, but also that you can have LASIK after cataract surgery. However, the latter is becoming more of an unlikely scenario given the advancement in IOL technology. Premium IOLs can be fully customized to correct any refractive errors and potentially eliminate the need for a procedure like LASIK after cataract surgery.”