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Accommodative IOL
AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® IOL
AcrySof® ReSTOR® IOL
AcrySof® IQ Toric IOL
Alcon Acrysof® Foldable Lens
Alcon INFINITI™ System
Alcon Series 20000® Legacy®
Allergan Sovereign® Phaco System
Allegretto Wave
ALLEGRETTO WAVE® Eye-Q
AMO® DIPLOMAX® Phacoemulsification System
Bausch & Lomb Millennium™
Bausch & Lomb Technolas® 217A
Bausch & Lomb's Orbscan II
Crystalens® AO
Crystalens
Corneal Topography
Dodick Laser PhotoLysis System
Excimer Laser Technology
GDx Access™
Heidelberg Retina Tomograph
Humphrey® Field Analyzer II
IntraLase FS Laser
IOLMaster
LADARVision® 4000 Excimer Laser
LADARVision® 6000 Excimer Laser
LADARVision CUSTOMCORNEA
LADARVision® CUSTOMCORNEA® Wavefront System
Nidek EC-5000
NovaVision VRT
Optical Coherence Tomography Scanner (OCT)
Optomap Panoramic200
Presbyopia Correcting Intraocular Lenses
Phakic IOLs
Retisert™
ReZoom™ Multifocal IOL
Selecta® 7000 Glaucoma Laser System
Sunrise Hyperion LTK System
Summit Apex Plus®
Tecnis™ IOL
TECNIS™ Multifocal IOL
Toric IOLs
Tracey Visual Function Analyzer (Tracey-VFA)
VISX CustomVue™
VISX Iris Registration Technology
VISX STAR S4™ Excimer Laser System
VISX WavePrint™ System
Verisyse™ Phakic IOL
Visian ICL
Wavefront Diagnostic Technology
Ziemer FEMTO LDV™ Femtosecond Laser
Zyoptix System

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ReZoom Your View of Life With the ReZoom™ Multifocal IOL

Thanks to the latest advancements in multifocal lens implant technology, cataract surgery not only allows you to ReZoom life, it may allow you to "see young again."

How Age Affects Vision

As we age, beginning around the age of 40, the natural lens inside the eye begins to harden and lose its flexibility. This reduces the eye’s ability to change its focus from near to intermediate, to distance, and back again. This is known as “loss of accommodation” or “presbyopia,” and its earliest symptom is difficulty seeing things up close. Bifocal and even trifocal glasses become necessary for some people to see clearly at all distances.

As the natural lens of the eye continues to deteriorate, it starts to become cloudy or brown. Vision becomes blurry, and colors lose their brilliance. At first, frequent changes in glasses prescriptions can help, but left untreated, cataracts can lead to blindness. The only way to see clearly after a cataract matures is to have it removed and then replaced with an intraocular lens, or IOL.

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