AGE-RELATED REFRACTIVE ERROR

OLD DIOPTRY - Age-related diopters can be permanently corrected by inserting lenses.

Human vision deteriorates with age. This is perfectly normal. Up until the age of 40, our vision is often referred to as "young". After that, the normal changes in the eyes as we age become noticeable as our vision begins to deteriorate.

Decreased bodywork (presbiopia) - the eye's ability to focus at close range continues to decline. This process continues to develop steadily with age, but by age 45 most people need reading glasses. By age 65, progressive and multifocal lenses are needed.

Decreasing retinal brightness - as we age, the retina absorbs less light as the pupils become smaller (senile myosis) and the lens of the eye becomes denser. It is estimated that an average 60-year-old receives only about one-third of the retinal brightness of an average 20-year-old for the same light intensity.

Reduced contrast and color saturation - the lens becomes less transparent and therefore begins to scatter more light as we age. This scattered light reduces the contrast of the image. This effect also puts a "veil of light" over colored images on the retina and reduces their vividness (saturation). Red, for example, begins to look pink.

Reduced ability to distinguish blue colors - as the lens of the eye progressively yellows, the eye loses sensitivity to short wavelengths ("blue light"). All of these changes can be corrected.
After the age of 40, we become dependent on glasses or we begin to move everything we read farther away from our face to see it better.

The installation of multifocal intraocular lenses can permanently correct age-related diopters and prevent them from ever coming back.

The polyclinic of Medic, Jukic, Split with cutting-edge technology and diagnostics achieves enviable results in solving vision problems .

STAROSNA DALEKOVIDNOST

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.

multifokalna intraokularna leca

Technological advancements have provided improved solutions for vision problems. They also made possible the development of the perfect solution for age-related refractive errors, i.e. the implantation of multifocal intraocular lenses.

Multifocal intraocular lenses provide good vision without any visual aids at different distances. They have a special design to create several foci at different points, i.e. to enable clear vision at proximity and distance, allowing you to live your life completely independent of contact lenses or prescription glasses.

Precisely measuring the IOL power prior to the procedure is of great importance for the successful implantation of a multifocal intraocular lens. We are the only ones in Croatia with the ZEISS IOL Master 700 device for determining the power of the intraocular lens to be implanted in the eye during cataract surgery or vision correction surgery with the implantation of intraocular lenses.

You will no longer need to move the object you are reading further away to see better. Get rid of your age-related refractive errors and forget about glasses once and for all!

The procedure for the implantation of multifocal intraocular lenses is quick and painless.

It is performed as an outpatient procedure using only anaesthetic eye drops and pupil dilation drops just before surgery.

During the procedure, the natural lens that has lost its function of accommodation is removed using the aspiration method.

The lack of the natural lens is compensated with a multifocal intraocular lens implanted through an opening of 2 mm, without any stitching. The procedure lasts only 10 minutes.

The procedure is completely painless, and the implanted lens is permanent. After having this procedure, THE PATIENT CANNOT DEVELOP A CATARACT.

After the surgery, the patient applies the prescribed eye drops during the next couple of weeks.

Recovery from the procedure is very quick and the risk of complications is minimal. The operated eyes will gradually adapt to vision with the new lenses during the first weeks, i.e. during neuroadaptation. During that period, it is important to look only with both eyes at proximity and distance and not to use any visual aids.

The vision and visual acuity will return to normal only a day after surgery, and after 3 days the patient may go to work and live a normal life.

OLD DIOPTRY - Age-related diopters can be permanently corrected by inserting lenses.

Human vision deteriorates with age. This is perfectly normal. Up until the age of 40, our vision is often referred to as "young". After that, the normal changes in the eyes as we age become noticeable as our vision begins to deteriorate.

Decreased bodywork (presbiopia) - the eye's ability to focus at close range continues to decline. This process continues to develop steadily with age, but by age 45 most people need reading glasses. By age 65, progressive and multifocal lenses are needed.

Decreasing retinal brightness - as we age, the retina absorbs less light as the pupils become smaller (senile myosis) and the lens of the eye becomes denser. It is estimated that an average 60-year-old receives only about one-third of the retinal brightness of an average 20-year-old for the same light intensity.

Reduced contrast and color saturation - the lens becomes less transparent and therefore begins to scatter more light as we age. This scattered light reduces the contrast of the image. This effect also puts a "veil of light" over colored images on the retina and reduces their vividness (saturation). Red, for example, begins to look pink.

Reduced ability to distinguish blue colors - as the lens of the eye progressively yellows, the eye loses sensitivity to short wavelengths ("blue light"). All of these changes can be corrected.
After the age of 40, we become dependent on glasses or we begin to move everything we read farther away from our face to see it better.

The installation of multifocal intraocular lenses can permanently correct age-related diopters and prevent them from ever coming back.

The polyclinic of Medic, Jukic, Split with cutting-edge technology and diagnostics achieves enviable results in solving vision problems .

STAROSNA DALEKOVIDNOST

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.

multifokalna intraokularna leca

Technological advancements have provided improved solutions for vision problems. They also made possible the development of the perfect solution for age-related refractive errors, i.e. the implantation of multifocal intraocular lenses.

Multifocal intraocular lenses provide good vision without any visual aids at different distances. They have a special design to create several foci at different points, i.e. to enable clear vision at proximity and distance, allowing you to live your life completely independent of contact lenses or prescription glasses.

Precisely measuring the IOL power prior to the procedure is of great importance for the successful implantation of a multifocal intraocular lens. We are the only ones in Croatia with the ZEISS IOL Master 700 device for determining the power of the intraocular lens to be implanted in the eye during cataract surgery or vision correction surgery with the implantation of intraocular lenses.

You will no longer need to move the object you are reading further away to see better. Get rid of your age-related refractive errors and forget about glasses once and for all!

The procedure for the implantation of multifocal intraocular lenses is quick and painless.

It is performed as an outpatient procedure using only anaesthetic eye drops and pupil dilation drops just before surgery.

During the procedure, the natural lens that has lost its function of accommodation is removed using the aspiration method.

The lack of the natural lens is compensated with a multifocal intraocular lens implanted through an opening of 2 mm, without any stitching. The procedure lasts only 10 minutes.

The procedure is completely painless, and the implanted lens is permanent. After having this procedure, THE PATIENT CANNOT DEVELOP A CATARACT.

After the surgery, the patient applies the prescribed eye drops during the next couple of weeks.

Recovery from the procedure is very quick and the risk of complications is minimal. The operated eyes will gradually adapt to vision with the new lenses during the first weeks, i.e. during neuroadaptation. During that period, it is important to look only with both eyes at proximity and distance and not to use any visual aids.

The vision and visual acuity will return to normal only a day after surgery, and after 3 days the patient may go to work and live a normal life.

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