Like a camera, your eye has the ability to zoom so you can focus on near objects, far objects and everything in between. It is the eye’s natural lens, which can change curvature that creates this zooming action. This is called accommodation. When the natural lens is removed in cataract surgery, this zooming ability is lost, along with the natural lens.
In 2005 the FDA approved the multifocal intraocular implant called ReSTOR®. This multifocal IOL reduces the patient's need for reading glasses.
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