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Synchrony dual optic accommodating intraocular lens

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We provide an unlimited and bespoke range of life-changing of lens replacement treatments for conditions such as AMD, cataracts, presbyopia, long/short sight and more.

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This reduces the eye’s ability to focus sharply on nearby objects and reading glasses are required.The older generation multifocal lenses offer clear distance and near vision, however […] CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST… Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a disease of the retina.End-Stage AMD is the most advanced form of the disease and the leading cause of irreversible vision loss and legal blindness in individuals over the age of 65.Treatments & Services We have state-of-the-art facilities and equipment unlike anywhere else in the World.Our surgeons are among the best in the World, with international reputations and at the top of their profession.In early, less advanced AMD, visual symptoms are generally mild and may or may […] CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST…

TECNIS® Symfony IOL is the first and only presbyopia-correcting extended range of vision IOL.

It delivers a continuous full range of high quality vision with reduced incidence of halos and glare comparable to a multifocal IOL.

The Symfony lens, which treats presbyopia (age-related long-sightedness) is implanted into the eye during a normal cataract operation. What is the Light Adjustable Lens The Light Adjustable Lens is probably the greatest leap forward in lens implant technology since the first implant was used almost exactly 60 years ago.

The London Eye Hospital is now able to offer you the next generation of multifocal intraocular lenses (IOL’s) – the trifocal.

This implant gives patients a better chance to enjoy clear vision at all distances with maintained contrast sensitivity and lower visual disturbance.

Accommodating IOLs hold the promise of providing good distance, intermediate, and near acuity with fewer optical aberrations than currently available multifocal IOLs.