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|Wave of the Future |
True Living Vision
The story of pictures at an exhibiton
Imagine: being at an exhibition, walking up to an interesting piece of art. You can’t see all the details of the picture from the distance. You get closer, but when you start to enter the intermediate vision range the picture gets blurred … You change your glasses and keep moving closer to the work of art until you can see it clearly.
Now, with your nose almost touching the painting, you can finally make out the details …
This is what your patients experience every day – vision restrictions getting in the way of life’s little pleasures. After all, most of the things we do in our daily lives require good vision at various distances.
Eliminating these visual limitations and being able to switch smoothly between near, far and intermediate will offer them more freedom and allow them to enjoy life to the full.
Here is where the ZEISS innovative concept comes into play: an amazing trifocal IOL platform, bringing the multifocal optic design to a completely new level. With its SuperSight Surgery® lens family ZEISS has achieved outstanding visual results meeting even the highest expectations of cataract, presbyopia and astigmatism patients and offering them a whole new sensation:
True Living Vision. Let your patients enjoy the beauty of life with the ZEISS AT LISA tri family.
Let them see the whole picture. Let them experience True Living Vision.
...Day ... Night
The moment you help your patients see the whole picture.
This is the moment we work for.
become after the operation. Much better than
I ever imagined. I can read small print and
drive at night without any problems. Before,
those activities were a real bother to me ...
Now I do not wear glasses at all and feel
|Technology of lens implants |
Keys For Success
Femto Cataract: Do We Really Need This?
The AKKOMMODATIVE 1CU
The Tecnis Symfony Monofocal IOL
AcrySof SA60D1(+3); ReSTOR Apodized Diffractive IOL