I found the most experienced crystallens surgeon in my area, and after exams, was told my eye was not the right shape for the current lens. (too long, I believe)
Do you know if they plan to make any more different versions to accomodate a wider variety of eye sizes? He said my best option in my circumstances is to use a toric lens instead. The cataract is in the non-dominant eye. How does the tuning for intermediate vision" work?
Is the newest Crystalens square-edged? I would really like to avoid pco and yag due to previous retinal detachment
I have a similar situation, what is your choice now?
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I would recommend a crystalens. I have a few patients in the early 30 with Crystalens. The last patient I did had a unilateral cataract and was 34 or 35. He ended up seeing 20/20 to 20/15 for distance and about 20/30 for near.
Find an experienced Crystalens doctor who will also manage your post operative care and not delegate it to an optometrist.