Age-related farsightedness that already develops after the age of 40
The surgery to correct age-related farsightedness with multifocal lens insertion is appropriate for people over the age of 40. If you find it difficult to get used to your reading glasses because you need distance glasses at the same time, multifocal lens insertion surgery could be the right choice for you.
Age of Patients
Average visual acuity without eyeglasses before and after surgery
Surgery restores near and far visual acuity
The higher the dioptre, the worse is visual acuity without glasses. Multifocal lens insertion allows us to not only correct the age-related farsightedness that prevents you from seeing well from up close, it also allows us to simultaneously correct nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism - which also results in the restoration of visual acuity for seeing at a distance.
You won't need reading glasses anymore
Reading glasses are an indispensable aid for those who are already bothered by age-related farsightedness. There is an over 95 percent possibility that you will no longer need reading glasses after successful surgery.
The proportion of patients who no longer need glasses after surgery