Yet while most ophthalmologists acknowledge that the newer versions of these lenses are better, the industry has yet to reach the ultimate goal: a lens that delivers essentially perfect distance, medium and near vision.“The large number of choices in premium IOLs illustrates that nobody quite has it right,” said Jay A.The newest versions of premium IOLs have improved over their predecessors, according to Bonnie A. “The changes for the new generation of the IOLs are based on patient outcomes and feedback the companies receive from surgeons.
Chromatic aberration reduces image quality in normal white light because each of its color wavelengths refracts differently.
Twenty-four eyes were available at the 6-month follow-up visit.
All eyes had best corrected distance visual acuity of 20/40 or better, and 19 eyes (79%) had an uncorrected distance visual acuity of 20/40 or better.
Accommodating IOLs One approach, accommodating IOLs, tackle the problem differently.
Instead of placing multiple focusing elements in a single fixed lens, most accommodating lenses change focus by utilizing a single optical element that moves like a camera lens or alters shape.
The approval of toric multifocal lenses, such as the Acri.