Your Vision. Your Future.

At Swagel Wootton, we believe that you have an important say in your vision decisions. Our cataract surgeons in Arizona want to help you choose the lens that best fits your lifestyle. Monofocal lenses provide excellent distance vision, but the PanOptix® multi-focal lens provides you with a full range of vision so that you can enjoy activities without needing glasses or contact lenses. 

A Lens For Your Life

The clearer your vision, the more living you can do. Let us help you see better using the AcrySof® IQ PanOptix® Trifocal Lens, which brings the following benefits:

 

    • Improve your vision with complete focus

    • Eliminate fuzzy, blurry zones

    • Rediscover crisp, vivid colors

    • Decrease your dependence on eyeglasses

    • This premium lens option is the only trifocal lens sold in the United States.

The difference between vision with cataracts, monodical lens, and panoptix lens
  • CATARACTS (Cloudy)
  • MONOFOCAL LENS (Distance only)
  • PANOPTIX® LENS (Distance and detail)
Simulated images.
Cloudy vision with cataracts interrupting life
Close objects are still blurry with monofocal lens
Perfect near and far vision with Panoptix lens

A Lens For Your Life

When you can see more, you can do more. Redefine your vision with the AcrySof® IQ PanOptix® Trifocal Lens, and start seeing life differently.

  • Enhance your vision for clear, complete focus

  • See effortlessly without blurry zones

  • Discover brighter, vivid colors

  • Reduce your need to wear glasses

  • Take advantage of the first and only trifocal lens available in the United States

Have you decided to undergo cataract surgery?

You have scheduled your cataract surgery and now you need to choose what type of artificial lens the cataract surgeon will install. The replacement lenses, called intraocular lenses (IOL), eliminate the vision issues caused by your cataracts. In fact, your vision may be better than ever. How would you like to bid farewell to eyeglasses and contact lenses?

You only get one shot at cataract surgery, so it’s crucial that you make the right choices for your vision. Work with your eye doctor to find the best IOL for your busy lifestyle. 

Here are the three types of IOL lenses available:

Monofocal IOL

The most popular replacement lens option. They optimize your vision over predetermined distances. Most clients choose a long-range monofocal IOL and use reading glasses to correct for near vision.

Toric IOL

These lenses correct astigmatism or an oval cornea that causes issues with your vision. Both conditions affect your eye’s ability to bend light correctly. Toric lenses correct these defects so you no longer need corrective eyewear. 

Multifocal/Lifestyle IOL

These lenses are often called lifestyle IOL and they work similarly to bifocals. You can see objects whether they are close are further away. If you live an active lifestyle and don’t want to wear glasses while at the computer, consider Multifocal IOL.

Cataract surgery patient able to enjoy birthday party more clearly Female cataract patient enjoying birthday party

PanOptix Trifocal Lens

A Lens For Your Life

When you can see more, you can do more. Redefine your vision with the AcrySof® IQ PanOptix® Trifocal Lens, and start seeing life differently.

  • Enhance your vision for clear, complete focus
  • See effortlessly without blurry zones
  • Discover brighter, vivid color
  • Reduce your need to wear glasses

Take advantage of the first and only trifocal lens available in the United States

ReSTOR 2.5, 3.0 (multifocal)

The AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® family of IOLs offers more lens options to help patients achieve their post-operative vision goals. Designed to deliver excellent visual quality and acuity over a range of distances, these lenses could reduce your dependence on glasses for activities such as:

  • Cooking, cleaning and playing cards
  • Reading, smart phone or tablet use
  • Watching TV, driving and attending sporting events
  • Shopping, golfing and more

ReSTOR - Toric (multifocal)

he AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® family of IOLs offers more lens options to help patients achieve their postoperative vision goals. Designed to deliver excellent visual quality and acuity over a range of distances, these lenses could reduce your dependence on glasses for activities such as:

  • Cooking, cleaning and playing cards
  • Reading, smart phone or tablet use
  • Watching TV, driving and attending sporting events
  • Shopping, golfing and more

Symfony (multifocal)

Delivering excellent uncorrected visual acuity at all distances, the TECNIS Symfony® IOL allows patients to see clearly across a full range of vision. Rather than splitting light into distinct focal points, the TECNIS Symfony® IOL elongates focus, resulting in an increased depth of field. This empowers you to see a full range of continuous vision while maintaining high image contrast.

AcroSof IQ Restor

The proven performance of AcrySof® IQ Toric IOLs can allow astigmatic cataract patients to meet their vision goals with less dependence on glasses or contacts for distance vision.

Working with your cataract eye specialist at Swagel Wootton Eye Institute enables you to make an informed decision on the type of premium lens that works best for you. Take long-term risks and results into account before making your final decision. Our eye care specialists walk you through your long-term vision goals and answer any questions you might have prior to the cataract surgery. Contact us today to make a consultation appointment.

 

As an ICU nurse for 40 years, I couldn’t be more impressed and felt secure.

- Sandra C.

I noticed my vision was getting cloudy and I was diagnosed with a cataract. The whole procedure was quick and easy. Afterwards, I only need to wear reading glasses for fine print.

- Robert W.

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