Premium Cataract Lens Implants

Standard Lens Implants

During cataract surgery, the eye’s cloudy lens is gently removed and replaced with a clear single-distance lens implant. The new lens is generally only effective for distance vision (as shown in the photo above). Glasses will generally be needed for near and intermediate vision, meaning that these patients will likely need to wear glasses to see a television screen clearly or read small print, but the cloudiness and yellowing and loss of colors in their vision will be corrected.

Cataract surgery utilizing the implantation of a standard intraocular lens (IOL) is the most basic procedure.

Premium Lens Implant Options

picture of golf scorecardNew premium intraocular lens (PIOL) options can give patients more independence from glasses post-operatively and can actually grant vision that improves over time. The lastest innovations in premium lens implant technology allow patients to see near, far, and in between (as shown in the photo above). ReSTOR®, Crystalens®, and TECNIS® Multifocal IOL offer patients the ability to reduce or eliminate dependence on glasses or contacts after cataract surgery. For patients who opt for premium lens implants, the cataract surgery technique is the exact same, only the implant is different.

At Cutarelli Vision, we offer multiple premium IOL options that can reduce or eliminate the need for contacts, bifocals, glasses and possibly even reading glasses. Below are links to a few of the lenses we offer throughout Denver and Colorado.

Most Popular Cataract IOL Lens Options at Cutarelli Vision Include:

Alcon PanOptix IOL

Alcon IQ Vivity IOL

Symfony IOL

Alcon Toric IOL for Astigmatism

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The good news is that lens implants last a lifetime. The vast majority of people are pleased with their lens implant after cataract surgery, regardless of which lens they choose. These lenses are FDA-tested and have a sterling reputation of producing excellent results.