Accommodating-disaccommodating IOLs are being developed that mimic the movement of the young crystalline lens through the use of “Zonular Capture Haptics” technology.
Multifocal IOLs offer the potential to reduce spectacle dependence, but outcomes vary depending on optical design. Optimizing success and satisfaction depends on careful patient selection, thorough counseling, and good surgical technique.
Two clinicians explore why an optimal visual solution for patients may be using both a low-add multifocal and an extended-range-of-vision lens.
Phakic IOLs are viable alternatives for treating high refractive errors.
Implantation of the newest Implantable Collamer Lens phakic intraocular lenses (V4b and V4c) did not cause cataract formation in highly myopic patients.