How much does Tecnis multifocal lens cost?
If you choose to upgrade to a multifocal intraocular lens or other presbyopia-correcting IOL, you will need to pay the extra costs associated with these premium lenses with your own money. This added “out-of-pocket” expense for advanced cataract surgery with multifocal IOLs can range from $1,500 to $4,000.
Is tecnis lens is good?
This is a good choice for a patient who wishes to be independent of glasses at all distances. While no lens can guarantee a patient will not need glasses, studies done with the TECNIS® Multifocal showed that about 90% of patients who had this lens implanted in both eyes were independent of glasses a year after surgery.
What is the price of tecnis lens?
|GOOD DISTANCE & NEAR VISION GOOD INTERMEDIATE VISION (TRIFOCAL)|
|HYDROPHILIC MULTIFOCAL LENS (IDIFF/ IO CARE)||Rs.30,000|
|HYDROPHOBIC MULTIFOCAL LENS (ADTEC/EYECRYE)||Rs. 40,000|
|IMPORTED HYDROPHOBIC MULTIFOCAL LENS (RESTOR/TECNIS)||Rs.50,000|
What is a tecnis lens?
What is it? The TECNIS Synergy™ Intraocular Lenses (IOLs) are artificial lenses implanted in the eyes of adults to correct vision after the natural lenses have been removed due to cataracts. Cataracts, or cloudiness of the natural lens, are often the result of aging, but can have other causes.
What is tecnis lens?
Is tecnis lens monofocal?
The Tecnis IOL is a WaveFront designed monofocal intraocular lens implant, which corrects for spherical aberrations induced by the patients cornea. Simply put, this lens has a high tech design that actually improves contrast sensitivity for distance.
Which cataract lens is best?
A monofocal lens is the most common type of lens used in cataract surgery, according to AAO. This type of lens is designed to give you crisp, clear vision at one particular distance.
What is the best lens for Your Cataract surgery?
Traditional Cataract Surgery. Traditional refractive cataract surgery began with the introduction of intraocular lenses (IOLs),which raised cataract surgery to a refractive procedure.
Which cataract lens is right for me?
That depends on your needs. If you’re comfortable wearing glasses after cataract surgery, a monofocal lens may be the right choice. If you want to avoid wearing distance glasses after cataract surgery and have astigmatism, a toric lens might be appropriate.
How long until the eye heals after cataract surgery?
While eyesight will begin to clear as early as the day after your cataract surgery, it will take a few weeks for eyes to recover fully. During this time, you may feel a bit of discomfort, but this should subside as your eyes continue to heal.
How do you wear contact lenses after having cataract surgery?
Infection and inflammation