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Correction of Presbyopia & Cataracts

Multifocal Implants Correction of Presbyopia & Cataracts

Multifocal implants are a revolutionary advancement in the field of vision correction. These implants offer an effective solution for people suffering from presbyopia, allowing them to regain clear vision at all distances, both near and far. This innovative procedure can significantly improve your quality of life by freeing you from the dependence on glasses or contact lenses.

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    Multifocal implants are intraocular devices designed to correct vision at multiple distances. They are equipped with special optical zones that selectively focus light to provide clear vision at different distances, thus offering versatile correction for presbyopia.


    The procedure for multifocal implants generally takes place under local anesthesia. Your ophthalmic surgeon makes small incisions to remove your eye's natural lens and replaces it with a multifocal implant. The implant is designed to correct vision at different distances, allowing you to see up close, far away, and at intermediate distances without the need for glasses.

  • Therapeutic Indication

    Multifocal implants are recommended for individuals suffering from presbyopia and/or cataracts, two common age-related eye conditions, which notably include difficulty seeing up close. If you struggle to read small print, work on a computer, or see objects clearly up close, you could benefit from multifocal implants to restore your vision at all distances.

  • Anesthesia

    The procedure for multifocal implants is usually performed under local anesthesia, which numbs the eye to minimize discomfort. You will be awake during the procedure but will not feel any pain. Local anesthesia also allows for a quicker recovery after the surgery.

  • Duration of the Procedure

    The duration of the multifocal implant procedure varies depending on the patient and the complexity of their case. Generally, the procedure lasts between 30 to 60 minutes per eye. However, it is important to allow extra time for preparations before the surgery and for postoperative explanations.

  • Results and Long-Term Care

    Multifocal implants offer exceptional results in terms of restoring vision at all distances. The majority of patients notice a clear improvement in their near, far, and intermediate vision, which significantly reduces their dependence on glasses or contact lenses. To maintain results in the long term, it is important to follow your surgeon's postoperative recommendations and to have regular follow-up visits. It is also essential to protect your eyes from injuries and to adopt healthy eye habits.

  • Recovery

    After the procedure, it is normal to experience a slight sensation of discomfort or eye irritation. Your surgeon will prescribe eye drops and medications to promote healing and reduce the risk of infection. Most patients recover quickly and notice a significant improvement in their vision in the days following the operation.