Refractive Lens Exchange – 45 years +
Between the ages of 40 and 50 years, we all start to struggle with near vision due a condition called Presbyopia. Presbyopia literally means “aging eye” – the lens thickens and becomes more rigid, losing the ability to focus up close, particularly in low light.
Independence from glasses can be achieved through a refractive lens exchange (RLE) with premium multifocal lenses. Premium multifocal lenses can provide crisp vision at all distances – far, near and at intermediate range. Depth perception is maintained, with both eyes working together as nature intended.
The RLE procedure is very similar to cataract surgery. While the lens has aged and is rigid, it has not yet become cloudy. By exchanging the component deteriorating with time, you will never develop cataracts and the exceptional visual results will last for life. Find out more…