WHAT IS TECNIS MULTIFOCAL LENS?
The TECNIS ® Multifocal 1-Piece intraocular lenses are prescribed for primary implantation for the visual correction of aphakia in grown-up patients with and without presbyopia in whom a cataractous lens has actually been removed by phacoemulsification and also that prefer near, intermediate, as well as distance vision with increased freedom from spectacles. These intraocular lenses are meant to be
placed in the capsular bag.
Tecnis Multifocal IOL
OUTSTANDING, FULL-RANGE VISION TAILORED FOR LONGER
READING TECNIS ® Multifocal 1-Piece IOLs have been made available in 3
options so you can provide your patients with outcomes which provide spectacle independence distinctly matched to their visual lifestyles. The TECNIS ® Multifocal IOL +3.25 D delivers a complete variety of the sharpest vision tailored for longer reading distances.
Recommended IOL Insertion: The TECNIS ® Multifocal IOL +3.25 D is developed with your patients in mind. Optimized for those favoring activities at longer reading ranges such as multimedia work, it provides tailored clarity at a theoretical reading distance of 42 centimeters.
SHARPEST VISION ALL DISTANCES
The TECNIS ® Multifocal Family of 1-Piece IOLs features the only multifocal lenses efficient in offering a complete range of high-quality vision (20/25 or much better) tailored for every patient lifestyle:
• The sharpest vision across near, intermediate as well as distance vision.
• Optimized for a theoretical analysis distance of 33 centimeters with the +4.0 D lens.
When contrasted to various other leading multifocal IOLs, TECNIS ® Multifocal IOLs provide:
• Approximately 4x higher image comparison at near distance in low light 5 mm pupil.
• 2x higher image contrast at near distance in normal light 3 mm pupil.
Give your patients a lens developed for real-world performance. The TECNIS ® Multifocal IOL +4.0 D delivers enhanced, customized spectacle independence.
Unlike an additional leading IOL, TECNIS ® IOL product is not connected with glistenings, which can inhibit your patient’s vision. glistenings cause light scatter, which can result in a reduction in image contrast.