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Premium Lens Options

Prior to undergoing cataract surgery , you will be given several choices for lens implant options. Our doctors at Morristown Ophthalmology Associates, P.A. will make a lens suggestion based on your specific visual needs. Each of the advanced lens implant options have unique attributes that may or may not be beneficial. The Multifocal IOL lens implants are also commonly called premium lens implants.

Below are some of the advanced lens options that are available at Morristown Ophthalmology Associates, P.A.

ReSTOR IOL New Jersey


AcrySof ReSTOR® Lens is a premium artificial lens that can offer a full range of vision without complete dependence on glasses or contact lenses. The FDA clinical studies identified that 80% of patients receiving the ReSTOR® Lens no longer require glasses for any activity. This revolutionary lens gives patients the option that do not like the concept of monovision and would like to have a chance of eliminating glasses.

The AcrySof ReSTOR® lens is a foldable IOL and it represents a breakthrough in technology because of its unique, patented optic design. This design allows patients to experience the highest level of freedom from glasses that has ever been achieved in IOL clinical trials.

The ReSTOR® IOL uses a combination of three complementary technologies:

The combined technologies allow patients to experience a full range of high-quality vision without the need for reading glasses or bifocals. This range of vision without glasses is achieved through the optical properties of the IOL and patients' benefit is spectacle freedom. There is an additional cost for this lens implant, and at Morristown Ophthalmology Associates, P.A., we strive to make the AcrySof ReSTOR® lens affordable for our patients by offering payment options.

The FDA clinical trials reported the following results for the AcrySof ReSTOR® lens:

Crystalens New Jersey


The Crystalens® is an accommodating intraocular lens that is used after cataract surgery . The concept of the lens was engineered with a hinge design to allow the optic, or part of the lens that you see through, to move back and forth as your focus on an image changes, much like the natural lens of the eye functions. The Crystalens® accommodative intraocular lens is permanently implanted and once the surgery has been completed, your eyes can focus on far or near objects in a comfortable way with no discomfort. Crystalens® can also be utilized to help patients experiencing presbyopia or cataracts .

After the age of 40, people will often start to experience difficulty reading as the eye’s natural lens starts to harden and this condition is called loss of accommodation or presbyopia. Before presbyopia occurs, many people often experience excellent vision and are typically confused as to what is happening with their eyes. If this has happened to you, consult Morristown Ophthalmology Associates, P.A. We understand that this inability to see at close distances or difficulty for the muscles in the eye to auto-focus can be very discouraging and our doctors will choose the best option for your vision.

Crystalens® is considered an elective procedure and, there are additional costs that insurance does not cover. At Morristown Ophthalmology Associates, P.A., we strive to offer affordable payment options here in our office.

The FDA clinical trials reported the following results for the Crystalens® lens:

Toric New Jersey


If you have been diagnosed with astigmatism, the Acrysof Toric lens is specifically designed for patients who have a significant case. In the past, cataract surgery removed the cataract, but a patient with high astigmatism still required glasses for near and distance vision. The design of the Acrysof Toric lens makes it possible to reduce or eliminate astigmatism and significantly improve uncorrected distance vision. Patients who have received the Toric lens report that they enjoy distance and intermediate vision with little dependence on a magnifying reading glass. There is an additional cost for this lens implant. Again, Morristown Ophthalmology Associates, P.A. strives to make the Acrysof Toric lens affordable for our patients by offering payment options here in our office. As an alternative to a lens implant to correct astigmatism, your doctor may recommend precisely placed accurate corneal incisions. These incisions can be made manually with a blade or using an image-guided femtosecond laser like the CATALYS®.

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