An IOL (intraocular lens) is a synthetic replacement lens that mimics the natural lens. These lenses come in various types, including trifocal lenses. The devices are manufactured from a substance called hydrophilic acrylic, which has a high water content and can minimize glare and other vision disturbances with excellent biocompatibility.

PanOptix trifocal lenses

Imagine being able to see clearly at a distance, at the mid-range, and close up so you can enjoy more of what life offers. With the PanOptix trifocal lenses, you can read, shave, detect small details, use a laptop, tablet, or computer screen, and drive safely with clear distance vision and minimized halos or glare. Imagine the difference in your quality of life!

Your vision and Soroudi Advanced LASIK & Eye Centers 

Dr. Soroudi, a world leader in vision correction, has established private eye clinics in Glendale, Los Angeles, and Westwood, CA, each of which has an in-house surgical center for the ultimate in comfort and care. Dr. Soroudi has performed surgery on members of international royal families, Hollywood celebrities, professional athletes, doctors, lawyers, and billionaire clients who fly in to seek his services. At our three state-of-the-art centers, you can expect comfort, personalized care, and superior outcomes.

Who is a candidate for trifocal lenses?

If you are 22 years old or older and dream of restoring your vision, you may be a candidate for these innovative lenses. For older clients, cataracts will develop eventually. This natural condition occurs when proteins in the natural lens clump together, and the lens becomes hard and opaque.

If not treated, the thickness of the natural lens can lead to inflammation. The more the condition develops, the less vision you have access to. Replacing the damaged lens with a trifocal lens can restore your vision at any distance — no reading glasses are needed!

Benefits of the Alcon PanOptix Lens

Delivering an outstanding range of vision, the PanOptix Lens is the latest advancement from the AcrySof Family of lenses.

Over 125 million AcrySof Lenses have been implanted to date.

The PanOptix Lens is:

  • The first and only trifocal lens in the United States
  • A leading provider of enhanced vision for clear, complete focus
  • Available in a “toric” version to correct astigmatism. 
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In their response to questions in a clinical study of 129 with the PanOptix Lens:

99% of people with the PanOptix Lens would choose these lenses again.

When asked how often they needed eyeglasses to see in the last seven days, 80.5% of people with the PanOptix® Lens reported that they never used them and 11.4% reported that they rarely used them.

98% of people with the PanOptix Lens would recommend it to family and friends.

What people have to say about trifocal lenses

When asked how often they needed eyeglasses to see in the last seven days, 80.5% of people with the PanOptix Lens reported that they never used them, and 11.4% reported that they rarely used them.

  • Vision as it should be: Crisp, clear, and precise – The PanOptix Lens enhances vision quality as well as range, so your vision will be as sharp and vivid as it is complete.
  • Effortless focus, no straining – No blurry zones mean you can see without straining to focus.
  • High-definition eyesight and glowing colors – The PanOptix Lens delivers all-around brighter, more vivid colors. 
  • Need glasses? Discover sharp vision with trifocal lenses – The PanOptix Lens corrects and sharpens your vision, so you’re likely to wear glasses less often.
  • Reduced glare, halos, and other visual disturbances for comfortable, safe, night driving – Patients reported that they were less bothered by glare around bright lights.

Contact us to learn about trifocal lenses and your other vision correction options at Soroudi Advanced LASIK & Eye Centers.

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