Presbyopic IOLs changing game for astigmatic patients
4 days ago - By Modern Medicine
The availability of toric presbyopia-correcting IOLs has changed what refractive cataract surgeons can offer to patients with astigmatism, making preoperative patient education considerably easier.
Surgeons now have several toric presbyopia-correcting IOLs, each of which is quite different in design and function. Trulign is a toric version of the Crystalens platform. Both the Tecnis Symfony Toric and the AcrySof ReStor Multifocal are toric versions of the single-piece IOLs of the same names.
The ReStor toric is available as a + 2.5 D and a + 3.0 D-add multifocal IOL, while the Symfony is...
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