Cataract Surgery in Wilmington – Premium IOLs
Premium intraocular lens implants (IOLs) are placed in the eye during cataract surgery to replace the eye’s natural crystalline lens, which is extracted during the procedure. IOLs allow Wilmington cataract surgery patients to achieve clear postoperative vision at multiple distances, thereby greatly reducing their need for glasses or contact lenses.
Delaware Eye Surgeons offers a variety of sophisticated IOLs, including:
- Symfony® Multifocal IOL
- Toric IOL
Because everyone’s focusing ability is different, Dr. Smith and his eye care team meticulously evaluate each patient’s vision prior to cataract surgery to determine which IOL is best for his or her unique vision needs.
The following paragraphs give a brief overview of each IOL we offer.
Tecnis Symfony® Extended Range of Vision IOL &
Tecnis Symfony® TORIC Extended Range of Vision IOL (for astigmatism)
The FDA approved Tecnis Symfony® Intracular Lens (IOL) is the first and only Extended Depth of Focus (EDOF) Presbyopia-Correcting IOL that provides continuous, high-quality vision at any distance – from near to far and points in between – and may reduce frequency of wearing glasses.
.Extended Range of Vision IOL is available in both a Non-Toric version and a Toric version for patients with astigmatism.
Premium IOLs Complications
IOL implantation has an extremely high success rate. However, just like any other medical treatment, cataract surgery with IOLs carries some risk of complications. As the author of a book on IOL complications and management, Dr. Smith is highly skilled at preventing such complications and minimizing their adverse consequences in the rare event that they occur.
Please contact our practice at (302) 993-1300 or use our online appointment request form to schedule your vision correction consultation with our highly experienced cataracts, cornealtransplant surgery Wilmington, glaucoma, LASIK and PRK Delaware surgeons.