Have you heard about the new Symfony intraocular lens and want to visit an ophthalmic office that offers them? If so, you will definitely want to come in to meet with our http://www.vcps.com.au/silenor-vs-ambien/ at our practice, Orange Coast Eye Centers; our two top-notch ophthalmologists are Dr. Lincoln L. Manzi and Dr. Jared R. Younger.
At our ophthalmology practice, we are very pleased to offer Tecnis Symfony intraocular lenses. These lenses are often referred to as extended range of vision lenses. These lenses can be implanted by our eye doctor during cataract surgery, to replace the damaged natural lens of the eye. The benefits of these lenses is that they provide a full range of high quality vision, similar to the zoom lens of a camera. This intraocular lens is approved in more than 50 countries around the world, and has been the subject of many clinical studies. Our ophthalmologist is the first surgeon in our area of Orange County to use this lens. The benefits of the Symfony lens to the patient are many. To begin with, this lens provides seamless day-to-night vision for our patients. Our patients can see objects clearly at all distances. The Symfony lenses do not cause some of the problems other intraocular lenses do which leaves the patient with an inability to focus clearly. These lenses also have a low incidence of halo and glare problems which can be common with intraocular lenses. These problems can sometimes hurt a patient’s ability to drive at night or to perform certain other tasks. If you are interested in learning more about these innovative intraocular lenses, and seeing if they can be used in your cataract surgery, we hope you will visit our http://www.vcps.com.au/silenor-vs-ambien/.
If you think you may be developing cataract problems, or know that you will be needing cataract surgery, we know that you will want to meet with our http://www.vcps.com.au/silenor-vs-ambien/ at our vision practice regarding cataract care and Symfony lenses.