ReZoom™ Multifocal Lens IOL Frequently Asked Questions

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With a ReZoom™ Multifocal Lens, will I still need glasses?
The answer to this question really depends on your vision, lifestyle, and anatomy of your eyes. Most people still need glasses to read small type or for nighttime driving. Most people also find that they do not need glasses for day to day tasks like going to the store. states that, “in a clinical study, 92% of those who received the technology in ReZoom™ Multifocal Lenses 'never' or only 'occasionally' needed to wear glasses.”

How is ReZoom™ Multifocal Lens different from monofocal intraocular lens implants?
ReZoom™, unlike most monofocal lenses, allows the patient to focus at all distances – near for reading, intermediate for computer use or cooking, and far for driving. Most monofocal lenses usually focus your vision at a distance with limited ability to see up close without the use of glasses.

How does Dr. Boothe use the ReZoom™ Lens to replace a cataract?
A tiny incision is made in the periphery of the cornea and the cataract-impaired lens is carefully removed. Through this same tiny incision, the ReZoom™ Lens is implanted permanently in place of the old lens. It usually takes around 15 to 20 minutes for the procedure and vision is usually improved immediately.

How long after surgery until I see my best?
Similarly to most surgeries, this depends upon the health of your eyes. For most people, vision is noticeably better right after surgery and improves during the first few weeks after the surgery.

Does the ReZoom™ Multifocal Lens time to adjust?
For most people there is an adjustment period of a few weeks when your brain teaches itself to “see” up close and at distance. Within 6 to 12 weeks, most people have finished adjusting. Like all multifocal lenses, some people report seeing halos or glare around lights. For most people this decreases over time. For some people this becomes less troublesome but never goes away completely. Most people say that the ability to see at multiple distances, near, intermediate, and close, is far better than any visual side effects associated with the lens.

Are there any risks involved with having the ReZoom™ procedure?
There is risk with any surgical procedure and the biggest risk with any cataract procedure is infection. Fewer than 1% of lens implant patients ever get an infection and most are successfully treated with medications. It is possible, however, for an infection to cause a severe or total loss of vision.

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