ReZoom IOLs - FAQs
Dallas & Fort Worth, Texas
How improved will my vision be after receiving ReZoom IOLs?
For most patients, after receiving ReZoom IOLs, their vision is so improved that they no longer require glasses or contacts to perform tasks. ReZoom IOLs are only implanted in one eye at a time,one to two weeks apart, to allow you to adjust appropriately to the new IOL. During this time, you may need glasses or contacts to help you see clearly, but after receiving ReZoom IOLs in both eyes, if you need glasses, they should only be needed minimally.
Who is a ReZoom IOL candidate?
Nearly anyone who has cataracts and/or has lost the ability to focus on objects at different distances as a result of presbyopia is a candidate for ReZoom IOLs. During your initial consultation, Dr. Carter will review your medical history and examine the health of your eyes to make sure you are a good ReZoom IOL candidate. It is important that keep realistic expectations to ensure you are as satisfied as possible with your ReZoom IOL results.
Dr. Carter understands that the cost of your vision correction surgery should be affordable. To make sure that your ReZoom IOL procedure can fit well within your budget, Dr. Carter provides all his patients with financing options so that they are able to have the procedure they need.
Contact Dr. Carter today if you live in the Dallas, Texas area and would like to learn more about how ReZoom IOLs can improve your vision if you are suffering from cataracts or presbyopia.