PanOptix® Trifocal Lenses: Distance & Details
Many patients come to our office with concerns of blurry or cloudy vision that result in a diagnosis of cataracts. During cataract surgery, one of our ophthalmologists will insert a special lens implant into your eye, replacing your natural lens which has grown cloudy. When it comes to surgical options, South Georgia | North Florida Eye Partners offers patients several lens choices that your physician will discuss with you.
One of our newest lens options is PanOptix® Trifocal Lens. While a traditional monofocal lens can help you see at a distance, most patients still need readers (non-prescription glasses) to see up close. The PanOptix® lens, the first of its kind on the market, provides a full range of vision so you can see at a distance and the details without glasses!
Patients love their vision when they choose PanOptix lenses for these benefits:
- See Far Away: Clear vision at a distance so you can spot familiar faces
- See at Arm’s Length: No more squinting while trying to read a menu
- See Close Up: Focused vision to see the details
When you see more, you can do more! If any of the following cataract symptoms sound too familiar, call us to schedule an appointment for an eye exam:
- Cloudy or blurry vision
- Bright colors become dull
- Glares/halos from headlights, lamps or sunlight
- Poor night vision
- Frequent prescription changes in your glasses
- Difficulty reading in low light
South Georgia | North Florida Eye Partners provides the expertise, experience, and technology to our patients who would otherwise have to travel a much greater distance. Patients also love our Cataract and Laser Surgery Center of South Georgia for ophthalmologic procedures, like cataract removal, LASIK and other advanced eye procedures, learn more here. We are located in Valdosta, Tifton, Douglas, Moultrie, Waycross and Madison, Florida. Contact us by clicking here to view our phone numbers and find a location nearest you!