Prospectively, which IOL would you choose for yourself if you were to have cataract surgery?

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Although we use all of the modern presbyopic IOLs In our practice, two lens types now dominate our presbyopic approach. The first is the Alcon PanOptix, and the second is the RxSight Light Adjustable Lens with monovision. Although both lenses do a fantastic job, there are differences.
If it were my eyes, I would choose the PanOptix trifocal, implanted bilaterally. I believe we were designed to have both eyes working together for distance, (Read more...)

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