Toric Lens in St. Louis, Multifocal Lenses

If you have been determined to be a candidate for presbyopia correction with an intraocular lens, it is important to know the following:

  • This implant is designed to improve both distance and reading vision. A standard implant can only correct distance or reading vision.
  • Medicare and commercial insurance plans do not cover the additional fees related to the correction of presbyopia. In order to achieve the maximum level of visual acuity, additional tests are necessary. The cost of the lens and the cost of these additional procedures will be charged to you.

Services

Professional services will include some or all of the following:

  1. Corneal topography pre-op
  2. Manual keratometry
  3. Peripheral corneal pachymetry
  4. Immersion A-Scan
  5. Post surgical topography
  6. Multiple post surgical refractions and up to 90 days of post op care
  7. Limbal relaxing incision to debulk astigmatism
  8. Measure eye dominance

glasses

Standard Monofocal IOL
Goal is to fix a single correction, usually at Distance usually requiring spectacle correction at near & intermediate vision. COST: Medicare or private insurance will commonly cover most of the cost of the surgery and a standard lens will be provided.
Multi-Focal IOL
Goal is to provide the highest possible level of spectacle freedom from near to far and everything in between! COST: Medicare and/or private insurance will cover most of the surgery cost but not the Advanced Multi-focal technology lens.
Toric IOL
Goal is to provide improved distance correction and will correct astigmatism. COST: Medicare and/or private insurance will cover most of the surgery costs but not the Advanced Toric technology lens.
Crystalens IOL
Goal is to provide improvement to your distance, intermediate and near vision. COST: Medicare and/or private insurance will cover most of the surgery costs but not the Advanced Multi-focal technology lens.

 

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