PanOptix is the first trifocal intraocular lens to be approved by the FDA
Prior to its use here in the U.S., this IOL became one of the leading presbyopia-correcting lenses in 70-plus other countries.
The Trifocal Lens is Designed to Support Everyday Activities:
Reading in lower-light environments
Working on a computer screen
Driving across town
Vision at all distances is supported via ENLIGHTEN®Optical Technology, which improves intermediate vision without jeopardizing near or distance vision. This IOL is available in spherical and toric designs. Each works by bending light rays so they are focused on the retina at the back of the eye.
Benefits Of PanOptix With Cataract Surgery
A medical concept of a human eye ball highlighting where the IOL will be placed. Cataract surgery is not only about removing cloudiness from the field of vision, but it is also about improving the quality of life. An IOL is an investment that will provide years of return. For this reason, we want to maximize what that return will be. The PanOptix IOL supports independence from eyeglasses by improving vision at all distances.
Who Is A Candidate?
Candidacy for any particular intraocular lens can only be determined via a complete examination and consultation. Dr. Rom assists patients in understanding how various intraocular lens options may support their lifestyle. Generally, a trifocal IOL may be ideal for individuals who want to use a computer and also continue to enjoy activities that require up-close focus.