Presbyopia, or AGE-RELATED FARSIGHTEDNESS, develops after the age of 40 as a sign of the natural ageing of the lens of the eye.
There are some changes in vision – proximity vision starts to deteriorate in people who have had good distance vision. The accommodation of the eye, i.e. the ability of the eye to sharpen the image of a nearby object, is affected.
Patients can efficiently and painlessly get rid of age-related refractive errors and stop wearing glasses. The implantation of a multifocal intraocular lens or intraocular lenses with an extended range of vision can completely eliminate age-related refractive errors.
The procedure is painless, quick and efficient, and patients can resume their regular activities within a couple of days.
A person implanted with a multifocal intraocular lens for the elimination of age-related farsightedness CANNOT DEVELOP A CATARACT!
We choose the intraocular lens for each patient through an individualized approach, considering their lifestyle and needs.