When neuroadaptation fails, do not give up multifocality but implant a different lens

When neuroadaptation fails, exchanging a multifocal IOL without giving up multifocality is feasible and fulfills patients’ expectations for premium vision, according to a study.
The secret is using a different optic design because “the brain reacts differently to different types of multifocal optics,” Jorge L. Alió, MD, PhD, said in an interview with Ocular Surgery News.
Neuroadaptation failure is one of the main reasons of patient dissatisfaction with multifocal IOLs. The patient reports significant symptoms of poor visual performance, truncated vision and other

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