Your Vision. Your Future.

The lens you choose matters. While a monofocal lens can help you see far away, the PanOptix® Lens gives you a full range of vision, so that you can immerse in a full range of activities—all while relying less on glasses.1 When considering cataract eye surgery, it’s important to consider all your options and make the choice that is best for your lifestyle. There are some recent innovations that have only recently become available in the United States.

PanOptix Trifocal Lenses have been used successfully in cataract surgery for years in over 70 countries. However, they are new to the United States as the FDA only approved them as of 2019. This new kind of intraocular lens (IOL) provides a premium medical replacement for the natural eye lens that has been clouded by cataracts.

Choosing the PanOptix Trifocal Lens allows the patient to see in focus at all three distances following the surgery. From reading a book, to seeing far into the distance in crisp detail, and everything in between, trifocal lenses are specially designed to give clear vision at all depths.

To find out more if the PanOptix Trifocal Lens is the right choice for you and your cataract eye surgery schedule an appointment with one of our expert care specialists at Kleiman Evangelista Eye Centers of Texas.

A Lens For Your Life

When you can see more, you can do more. Redefine your vision with the AcrySof® IQ PanOptix® Trifocal Lens, and start seeing life differently.

    • Enhance your vision for clear, complete focus

    • See effortlessly without blurry zones

    • Discover brighter, vivid colors

    • Reduce your need to wear glasses

    • Take advantage of the first and only trifocal lens available in the United States

The difference between vision with cataracts, monofocal lens, and panoptix lens.
  • CATARACTS (Cloudy)
  • MONOFOCAL LENS (Distance only)
  • PANOPTIX® LENS (Distance and detail)
Simulated images.
Vision with untreated Cataracts
Vision with Monofocal lens
Vision with Panoptix Lens

A Lens For Your Life

When you can see more, you can do more. Redefine your vision with the AcrySof® IQ PanOptix® Trifocal Lens, and start seeing life differently.

  • Enhance your vision for clear, complete focus

  • See effortlessly without blurry zones

  • Discover brighter, vivid colors

  • Reduce your need to wear glasses

  • Take advantage of the first and only trifocal lens available in the United States

Understanding Trifocal Lenses

If you have a cataract and want to regain crisp, clear vision, you must get your cataract-clouded natural lens replaced with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL). The newest type of IOL to enter the market, trifocal lenses are designed for patients who want to address their cataract symptoms and eliminate their reliance on glasses or contact lenses.

Like all premium replacement lenses, a trifocal IOL fuses with the eye’s structure as a patient recovers from cataract surgery. Over the course of approximately four weeks, patients who receive a trifocal lens will begin to notice clearer vision that will boost their enjoyment of all of life’s activities — from reading a book to taking a long walk.

Cataract surgery patient enjoying wine with friends Female cataract surgery patient drinking wine with ladies

Am I a Good Candidate for a Trifocal IOL?

According to a recent clinical study, more than 99.9 percent of patients with a trifocal lens said they would choose to receive a trifocal lens again. But is a trifocal IOL the best option for you?

During your free VIP consultation at Kleiman Evangelista Eye Centers, our specialists will answer this question and a number of others, providing you with the in-depth insight you need to make a decision you can feel good about. Together, we’ll find a replacement lens that meets all your lifestyle needs and vision goals, helping you regain the quality of life you deserve.

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