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A breakthrough in the improvement & restoration of vision

Ophthalmology is a medical discipline in which technological advancements have a significant benefit on your quality of life. For this reason, Eye Care Professionals has a decades-long tradition of staying at the forefront of the field to help you see your best. And a prime example of the difference that can be made with state-of-the-art care is that which has been provided by today’s most advanced intraocular lenses (IOLs).

What is an IOL?

An intraocular lens is any lens that goes inside the eye. Your eye’s natural crystalline lens is intraocular. However, the term refers to a synthetic lens implanted into the eye to improve or restore eyesight. IOLs are the main treatment for cataracts; the clouded natural lens is replaced with a synthetic implantable lens. Unfortunately, most implanted lenses are low-tech, single-focus lenses. But at Eye Care Professionals, we offer a complete range of IOLs, including state-of-the-art multifocal intraocular lenses that provide a dramatic improvement in postoperative eyesight.

State-of-the-art lens implants from area leaders & pioneers

Across the nation, advanced IOLs are used in perhaps 1% to 2% of lens replacement procedures. But at Eye Care Professionals, we have advanced skill and experience with leading-edge techniques, so we implant advanced IOLs in a much higher percentage of cases. Here are the types of state-of-the-art IOLs we use to improve your eyesight:

  • Multifocal intraocular lenses – This implant has multiple overlapping segments that each provide a different range of focus, similar to bifocal spectacles. We implanted Northern Nevada’s first ReSTOR™ multifocal IOL.
  • Accommodating IOL – This lens replacement has hinges that respond to the movements of the eye’s internal muscles much like the natural lens. The lens repositions forward/backward to change its focal power for vision at many distances.
  • Toric lens implant – This advanced lens improves vision by offsetting the irregular corneal shape of astigmatism.
  • Refractive lens exchange – Our large volume of experience with lens replacement allows us to achieve maximum precision and excellent outcomes. As a result, we are able to use these advanced lenses to replace a noncataract lens in order to improve vision.

Trust the area’s leaders in experienced, leading-edge care for cataracts and refractive surgery. Get the benefit of the most advanced implantable lenses available. Call Eye Care Professionals today.

Our IOL patients come to us from Fernley, Fallon, Sparks, Incline Village, Reno and Carson City in Washoe County, NV. To schedule a consultation for implantable lenses, please call our office at (775) 322-1000 or use our online Request an Appointment form. For additional information on any condition, treatment or procedure, please visit our Optical Library.