As we grow older, our eyes tend to weaken and sometimes can encounter problems that interfere with our ability to see clearly. One of the most common vision impairments typically associated with aging is the development of cataracts. A cataract is a clouding over of the lens of the eye, which can interrupt your central and detail vision. Patients often describe their vision as similar to looking through a foggy window is they are suffering from a cataract. Our Baychester ophthalmologist from Vision Center of New York understands the difficulties associated with cataracts, and now has an even more efficient treatment option than ever before.
At Vision Center of New York, we like to offer our patients the option of using the amazing ReZoom Multifocal IOL. The ReZoom Multifocal IOL is used to replace the lens that is removed during cataract surgery. What makes this specific type of lens so useful is that it has multiple focal points so that you are able to see clearly from various distances and in various different kinds of lighting. Our Baychester ophthalmologist has had a great deal of success using ReZoom Multifocal IOLs with patients in the past, and would love to do the same for you. Many patients are able to decrease their dependence on their glasses as a result of the multiple focal point technology of these special IOLs, and in turn notice vision improvements beyond the correction of their cataracts. IF the ReZoom Multifocal IOL sounds like something you might want to try, you should schedule an appointment with our Baychester ophthalmologist for a consultation and examination so that you can learn more about how it can work specifically for you.
If you would like to learn more about the ReZoom Multifocal IOL or any of the other many useful services provided by our Baychester ophthalmologist, be sure to pay a visit to the Vision Center of New York website and browse through the additional information we have made available there. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, or if you would like to book your next appointment, feel free to call the office or send us a message online.