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Specialty IOLs and the PanOptix IOL

A Better Outcome for Cataract Patients

Cataracts occur when the lens of the eye becomes cloudy with age. 

Symptoms include: 

  • Blurry vision 
  • Dull, yellowish colors 
  • Glare from lights 
  • Poor night vision

Cataract surgery replaces the clouded lens with a better, working one called an Intraocular Lens (IOL). 

PanOptix IOLs: what are they?

PanOptix IOLs are the man-made lens that replace the damaged lens in cataract surgery. Using proprietary technology, the lens is able to redistribute the focal point for amplified performance. A short time after cataract surgery the PanOptix lens will provide great depth of vision.  

Call (478) 743-2636 to learn more about the PanOptix IOL.

PanOptix IOL Will Help With:

  1. Near vision: sewing, using a cell phone, reading 
  2. Intermediate vision: seeing yourself in the mirror clearly, using a computer 
  3. Far vision: driving, watching television, viewing a sporting event 

Consult with The Experts

Have questions about cataracts and IOLs? You can trust the experts at Vision Eye Group to comprehensively evaluate your case and decide on a treatment plan that’s best for you.

Call (478) 743-2636 to learn more about the PanOptix IOL.