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IOL’s (Intraocular lenses) are implanted in virtually all patients at the time of cataract surgery.  In some cases, to minimize the need for glasses after surgery, some patients choose a “Premium” IOL to correct for astigmatism and/or to improve the ability to see up close without the need for glasses.



The eyes play an important role in mobility, function and enjoyment of life. For this reason, it is important to maintain good ocular health. Click the button below to learn more.



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Have questions or concerns? Schedule your appointment today!

Are you ready for a Cataract Consultation?

Have questions or concerns? Schedule your appointment today!

Which Cataract Lens is best for me?

Acrysoft IQ IOL (Monofocal)


A standard monofocal replacement lens could be right for you if you want to achieve brighter and clearer vision, though you still may need glasses or contacts. This is because a standard monofocal lens replaces your natural clouded lens but only allows you to focus at one distance.

  • Clinically proven to improve your vision
  • Corrects cataracts
  • Night-driving studies showed excellent night vision and limited distortions, like halos and glare
  • Clinically shown to see well in fog or glare, even at night

AcrySof IQ ReSTOR (Multifocal)


A multifocal replacement lens could be right for you if you want to achieve clearer vision across all distances and reduce your need for glasses. This is because its lens is made up of a series of focal zones, or rings, that focus incoming light to help you see clearer across multiple distances.

There are several types of multifocal lens brands available including:

AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® +2.5 D IOLs with ACTIVEFOCUS™ optical design

  • Great for people with active lifestyles
  • Provides excellent distance vision and is designed to reduce dependence on glasses for near and intermediate distances

AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® +3.0 D IOLs

  • In clinical trials, greater than 95% of people had 20/40 vision, and more than 93% of people who received it would choose it again
  • Reduced dependence on glasses over a range of distance including near, far, and in between
  • Night driving studies showed that people were able to drive with limited impairment

Acrysof IQ Toric (Astigmatism)


An astigmatism-correcting replacement lens can help you achieve clearer distance vision and reduce your need for glasses. This is because its unique shape enables light to focus on your retina, correcting your astigmatism and helping you to see clearly.

  • The majority of people who chose AcrySof® IQ Toric IOLs no longer needed glasses
  • Better post-op outcomes than standard IOLs
  • More than 9 out of 10 people who chose AcrySof® IQ Toric IOLs achieved distance vision of 20/40 or better, meaning they could pass their driver’s license test in all 50 states and read most printed material

AcrySof IQ ReSTOR Toric (Multifocal + Astigmatism)

A multifocal toric replacement lens could be right for you if you want to correct your cataracts, astigmatism, and have an extended range of vision while addressing presbyopia. This type of lens is designed to provide you clearer distance and close-up vision and reduce your dependence on glasses.

  • The AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® +2.5 D Multifocal Toric with ACTIVEFOCUSTMoptical design IOLs are the only lenses that are 100 percent dedicated to crisp, sharp distance vision
  • AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® +3.0 D Multifocal Toric IOLs provide excellent distance vision but are also designed to provide near distance vision

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Heritage Eye Center Educational Blog

Check back often so that you don”t miss out on our new and informative information that we post on the blog.

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How many of us have been told that if we cross our eyes too long, they are going to stay that way? While many of us figured out early on that this was a myth (perhaps to the displeasure of our parents), there are several other eyesight myths that are still widely believed.


Signs You May Need Glasses

Eyesight is one of your most important senses. It helps you maintain independence, complete work, and do other activities. However, many people need glasses to ensure the best possible eyesight. If you suspect you need glasses but aren’t sure, review these common signs.