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Some Cataract Surgeons Warn That Accommodating Lenses May Not Eliminate Need For Glasses
AccommodatingIOL.com , the leader in accommodating lens and cataract surgery news on the Internet has just published new articles on lowering patient expectations when it comes to premium and accommodating lenses.
The field of cataract surgery has many overlapping interests. The most visible of these interests is the device makers themselves. Over time, they have continued to raise patient expectations as to what their lenses can do. These expectations, of glasses free reading, have begun to effect what some surgeons are hearing in their offices. Often, patients present in clinic with the desire to totally eliminate their dependence on glasses. This is not always possible, despite paying out of pocket for expensive new premium lenses. Naturally this is not what these patients are looking to hear.
Form many surgeons point of view; it is far safer to inform the patients before hand that they may still need to use reading glasses after the surgery than to deal with the patient’s complaints afterwords. The surgeons have the final responsibility, where the device makers are allowed a bit more freedom to hype their product.
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