CLR Procedure

Custom Lens Replacement

A Custom Lens Replacement is a revolutionary procedure that allows patients to achieve great vision at near, intermediate and far distances and eliminates the need for cataract surgery in the future. If you’re tired of glasses, contacts and readers, ask us if a Custom Lens Replacement is right for you with a complimentary consultation.

 

If you are in your forties or fifties, you may have experienced a decline in your near vision. A common result of this is having to hold things far away to see, like a smartphone to read a text message or books for reading. If you find yourself struggling with these symptoms, you could have a common condition called presbyopia, or dysfunctional lens syndrome. Click the button below to see if you are a candidate for the revolutionary procedure called a Custom Lens Replacement that will help reduce or potentially eliminate your dependency on reading glasses. This quick survey takes less than a minute to fill out.

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What is Dysfunctional Lens Syndrome (i.e. Presbyopia)?

Presbyopia occurs when the natural lens of the eye loses flexibility, which typically occurs during middle age. This lens is responsible for focusing light on the retina and flexes to accommodate when near vision is needed. As we age, the natural lens loses its elasticity and becomes less flexible. When this happens, the lens is no longer able to accommodate for close range distance.

Presbyopia treatment usually begins with a pair of reading glasses. People with presbyopia generally reach for their reading glasses each time they need to read a text, look at a label or read their favorite book. However, this quickly becomes tiring and frustrating.

Have you noticed that as you age, you are beginning to struggle with your vision? Even if you have not yet developed cataracts, you may be having trouble focusing on objects up close such as the newspaper or a computer screen. Depending upon your particular lifestyle and current prescription, your surgeon may recommend a Custom Lens Replacement (also known as a Refractive Lens Exchange).

If you are experiencing presbyopia, and are interested in learning more about your vision options, contact us at Williamson Eye Center to schedule an appointment with us!


Custom Lens Replacement Technology: Extended Depth of Focus Lenses to Achieve Great Vision at All Ranges

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Tecnis Synergy IOL

From working on computer screens to reading in low-light, our vision needs change from moment to moment. What if you could see clearly from distance to intermediate to near, day and night? The Synergy IOL allows for a higher quality of life and a lessened dependence on reading glasses, offering a wide range of continuous vision day and night, so you can enjoy the moments that matter most.

The Tecnis Synergy IOL is the first to combine multifocal technology with extended depth of focus optics to give the best quality of vision at all distances. It’s also available in a Toric option is able to correct astigmatism. The Tecnis Synergy IOL is the first lens specifically engineered to block violet light, which improves image quality at night time and other low light situations. 

Alcon PanOptix IOL

When you can see more, you can do more. Redefine your vision with the AcrySof IQ PanOptix Trifocal lens, and start seeing life differently. While a monofocal lens can help you see far away, the PanOptix lens gives you a full range of vision, so that you can immerse in a full range of activities, all while relying less on glasses. The PanOptix lens is the first ever trifocal lens which allows enhanced vision for clear, complete focus, the ability to see effortlessly without blurry zones, see brighter, more vivid colors and reduces the need for glasses.

Because our eyes are as unique as a fingerprint, not all lenses are the best option for every patient. Our surgeons will work with you to determine a custom treatment plan and will recommend the best lens option for your personal vision needs.

Most patients are able to see more clearly almost immediately after Custom Lens Replacement Surgery, and full results are achieved thereafter.

If you are ready to get out of glasses, contacts and readers, contact Williamson Eye Center today for a free, no-risk consultation.

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