Low near add multifocality, small amounts of monovision better, more natural, safer for patients

TOKYO — Low near add multifocal lenses and mini-monovision are currently the preferred options of both patients and physicians. They are still a compromise, but more natural than previous multifocal implants, safer and better accepted by the majority of patients, according to Oliver Findl, MD, speaking at the World Ophthalmology Congress. “The trend is to go more for intermediate vision nowadays because of the increased use of PCs, iPhones and iPads. The patients I see in my practice don’t mind wearing reading glasses at home for long-time reading. But they (Read more...)

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