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Cataract Surgery Tecnis Eyhance v Monofocal

Old 18th Jan 2023, 17:25
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Cataract Surgery Tecnis Eyhance v Monofocal

I'm about to get eye surgery and am concerned about the Johnson and Johnson description of its product
Tecnis which they claim is a monofocal lens and not a multi-focal.
When I read the reviews, I see that this lens does sacrifice some distance vision for intermediate vision
under what they call the "Defocus Range Curve"
J&J also have a ZCB00 product which can have lens correction to optimize distance vision
yet, when you read the J&J material and hear the eye surgeon talk, they both claim that its
the best choice even when you tell them you are a pilot etc.

Can anyone shed any light on this subject?
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Old 28th Jan 2023, 20:20
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I can't help you with any advice, but I just want to point out that you can't send or receive PMs until you have ten posts. It's a PPRuNe anti-spam measure.

Try re-posting on the Medical and Health forum.
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