I am 36 years old and got posterior subcapsular cataracts. I had my PRK last year to correct my distant vision. It is very unfortunate that, I got cataracts now. It was a big outburst for me, but, life has to move on.. and now I started researching what kind of lens are suggested for people like me (who already had PRK). ,
I see about monofocal lens, which gives only one vision (distant, intermediate and near)
I see about multifocal lenses, which covers (distant, intermediate) or (intermediate, near)
I see about accommodative, which covers (distant, intermediate and near)
I already see the doctor, he suggested crystalens, I am not sure what kind of lenses these are. When I saw the doctor, I had no clue about these lenses.
Now, with my previous PRK, could please suggest what kind of lenses are best. I am looking for all the visions covered if possible, if not I am ok to wear glasses 20% of the time. If that 20% is replaced by contact lenses, that should be also fine.
My life style is more to deal with computers, phones but I had used distant vision lenses for 20 years and did my PRK correction last year to avoid using glasses (which I prefer), but looks like I am left with using glasses.
Money is a factor, but to get a better vision, I could sacrifice other things to get the best vision.
Please give me support with your comments...