With the PanOptix® Lens, you can seize every day. Without cataracts. Without hesitation. Without holding back.
Cataracts form gradually as our eyes get older, and 9 in 10 Americans develop them by the time they’re 65. The good news is that cataract surgery is one of the safest, most common, and most effective procedures performed today.
At the time of cataract surgery, you have the opportunity to enhance your vision with the PanOptix® Lens.
1. Cataract Removal
Through a tiny incision, the surgeon removes your clouded lens.
2. Lens Insertion
The surgeon replaces your original lens with the PanOptix® Lens.
3. Vision Renewed
The PanOptix® Lens enhances your vision for clear, complete focus.
Your Vision. Your Future.
The lens you choose matters. While a monofocal lens can help you see far away, the PanOptix® Lens gives you a full range of vision, so that you can immerse in a full range of activities—all while relying less on glasses.
When you can see more, you can do more. Redefine your vision with the AcrySof® IQ PanOptix® Trifocal Lens, and start seeing life differently:
- Enhance your vision for clear, complete focus
- See effortlessly without blurry zones
- Discover brighter, vivid colors
- Reduce your need to wear glasses
- Take advantage of the first and only trifocal lens available in the United States
What Might You Expect After You Have Cataract Surgery With AcrySof® IQ PanOptix® Trifocal Lens?
AcrySof® IQ PanOptix® Trifocal Lens is the first and only trifocal lens in the U.S. that provides an outstanding range of vision without blurry zones, so you can focus without straining.
Please keep the following in mind:
- Do not evaluate your vision until you have had surgery in both eyes. It is very difficult for your brain to accept the difference in the vision between your two eyes until they can work together and adjust to your new vision.
- You may see some glare and halos around lights after surgery. These usually improve within a few months.
- You can expect to see well and read comfortably in different lighting conditions.
- Your range of vision should be excellent and with time will adjust. Have patience.