Dr. Jack Abrams First to Perform Revolutionary New Trifocal Surgery in Nevada
As part of Abrams Eye Institute’s never-ending dedication to bringing its patients the most advanced eye care and eye surgery, Dr. Jack Abrams and the team are now offer a groundbreaking the trifocal surgery. Dr. Abrams performed the first surgery of this kind in Nevada recently, with the procedure covered in the media by Fox 5. This surgery is the fifth new procedure first introduced to Nevada by Abrams Eye Institute.
The PanOptix technology, for trifocal laser cataract surgeries like the one performed by Dr. Abrams, delivers an exceptional combination of near, intermediate and distance vision and substantially reduces the need for glasses, according to manufacturer research.
PanOptix is already one of the leading presbyopia-correcting IOLs in more than 70 countries. It is designed for active lifestyles, from viewing mobile devices and computer screens to high-quality distance vision in a range of lighting conditions. The new lens uses a proprietary design that optimizes intermediate vision without compromising near and distance vision. Available in spherical and toric designs, PanOptix is built on Alcon’s proven AcrySof IQ IOL platform that has been implanted in more than 120 million eyes globally.
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These new lenses are best suited for patients older than 65 with cataracts, though patients don’t need to have cataracts to get the surgery. Once the lenses are implanted, they shouldn’t need to be replaced. Contact Abrams Eye Institute to see if this procedure is right for you.