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Dallas accommodating lens

In such situations, the cost of the procedure can vary widely, based on market conditions and the fee schedule the surgeon adopts for a no-insurance, direct-pay scenario.

The unique Crystalens HD® can reduce or eliminate glasses for most activities including: reading a book, working on the computer, and driving a car. Like the natural lens, it uses the eye muscle to flex and accommodate in order to focus on objects in the environment at all distances.

Crystalens HD® dynamically adjusts to your visual needs.

Risk for getting cataracts increases with age, but that doesn’t mean that younger people in their 40’s and 50’s can’t get them too.

In order to lower your risk for getting cataracts, the National Eye Institute recommends protecting your eyes with brimmed hats or sunglasses and a nutritious diet full of leafy green vegetables and antioxidant-rich foods.

The amount insurance companies pay for the procedure, and the portion of the cost that must be paid directly by the patient (the "out-of-pocket" amount) can vary widely, depending on the deductible of the insurance policy, the type of intraocular lens (IOL) used for the procedure, and other factors.

In cases when a person does not have Medicare or private medical insurance, the patient is responsible for the entire cost of cataract surgery.

While training at the world-famous Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Dr.

Fedyk personally conducted research on the visual outcomes of the first wave of Premium Multi-Focal Lenses.

Crystalens HD® is an accommodating intraocular lens that, unlike a standard IOL, can treat both a person’s cataracts and presbyopia- loss of near and intermediate vision.

You probably noticed in your forties that you started to lose some of your up-close vision and had to start wearing reading glasses.

Seeing near, intermediate and far – with a single lens.