Intraocular Lenses

IOLs Lynwood CA | Downey CA | Whittier CA

Until recently, standard “conventional” intraocular lenses were the only implants available. Bifocal glasses are usually needed after surgery to allow clear vision for distance and for reading.

You can now benefit from advanced technology by choosing a “Premium” lens instead. “Premium” lenses are custom made and may decrease your dependence on glasses after surgery.

IOLs Lynwood CA | Downey CA | Whittier CA
I prefer to see clearer for distance and for reading without glasses.
I choose a “Premium Bifocal Intraocular Lens.”
The additional charges are $2,700.00 per eye*
Learn more about Premium Bifocal Intraocular Lenses

IOLs Lynwood CA | Downey CA | Whittier CA
I prefer to see clearer for distance without glasses and I don’t mind wearing classes for reading.
I choose a “Premium Toric Intraocular Lens” to correct my astigmatism.
The additional charges are $1,400.00 per eye*
Learn more about Premium Toric Intraocular Lenses

IOLs Lynwood CA | Downey CA | Whittier CA
I wouldn’t mind wearing bifocal glasses.
I choose a standard “Conventional Intraocular Lens.”
I only have to pay my deductible and co-pay, if any*
Learn more about Conventional Intraocular Lenses

*Medicare and all insurance companies will cover the cataract surgery and the use of a conventional implant. When a “premium” implant is used, Medicare and all insurance companies will still cover the cataract surgery. However, the use of the “premium” implant and all related services are considered only partially covered. In addition to your deductible and co-payment, you will be personally responsible for the additional charges.

Your eyes are the only two eyes you will ever have. Your decision is the most important for your vision.

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