Premium Lens Implant Options



Cataract patients now have options for more independence from glasses at both near and far distances after cataract surgery! Previously, individuals suffering from cataracts had only a standard lens implant option after surgery. Now with advancements in lens technology there are a number of premium intraocular lenses (IOL) available including accommodative, multifocal and toric implants. Your doctor will help determine which IOL is best for you based on the unique characteristics of your eye and your lifestyle needs.  We have qualified surgeons waiting to help you see better!

 

Crystalens MiamiAccomodative Implants assume a flexed position in the eye to provide the depth of field needed to focus on objects at all distances.

 

 


 

 

ReSTOR MiamiMutlifocal Implants are designed to work with your pupil size to focus near and far reducing the dependence on reading glasses and bifocals.

 

 


 

 

Toric IOL MiamiToric Implants make it possible to reduce or eliminate the effects of corneal astigmatism (difficulty focusing clearly)thereby reducing the need for glasses and improving quality of vision.

iLasik Miami

Bladefree LASIK in Miami at Center for Excellence in Eye Care. See a whole new world with iLASIK

iLasik

Cataract Surgery

Experience clear vision with Premium Lenses at Center for Excellence in Eye Care. Offering patients Crystalens and ReSTOR IOLs.

Cataract Surgery

Financing Options

Vision correction made affordable with CareCredit. Offering financing plans for LASIK Surgery and Premium Lens Implants

Financing Options

Optical Shop

Designer frames and eyewear from Center of Excellence in Eye Care. A wide variety of eyeglasses and sunglasses to meet your needs.

Optical Shop

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