During this outpatient procedure, Dr. Huynh creates a tiny incision, breaks up and removes the eye’s natural crystalline lens. The artificial soft plastic lens is first folded, inserted gently, and then unfolds once it is in place. The ReZoom design keeps it securely in place using clear supporting arms for stability.
ReZoom is a highly popular lens implant choice, although there are some restrictions involved with this procedure. ReZoom patients must have eyes that are free of disease and a legitimate need for lens replacement. Cataract patients with or without presbyopia, or patients who want to reduce their dependency on reading glasses, may be a good candidate for ReZoom. If you are considering ReZoom, contact Advanced Eye and Laser Center of California, Inc., for a free personalized lens replacement consultation.
ReZoom offers many benefits over traditional monofocal artificial lenses. It is one of the most popular lens replacement options, and it offers unique advantages not possible with other alternatives. Many doctors prefer and recommend the patented “five-zone” design of ReZoom, although there are other state-of-the-art lenses that are similar with slight differences. Depending on what you are looking for, ReZoom may be your first choice or you may fare better with Crystalens or ReSTOR. Schedule a free personal consultation with Dr. Huynh today to discuss the advantages of the three advanced artificial lenses we offer.
According to a study mentioned on ReZoomIOL.com, 92‰ of patients reported they never or only occasionally needed glasses following the IOL implantation procedure. Keep in mind, however, that results are not guaranteed and each individual will have a personalized outcome.
Learn more about our IOL procedures and the benefits of ReZoom. If you are in San Diego, La Jolla, Mira Mesa, or Scripps Ranch, call or email Advanced Eye & Laser Center of California, Inc., today for your free consultation with Dr. Huynh and his experienced eye care team.