ClearView Eye and Laser Medical Center of San Diego is proud to offer ReZoom™ intraocular lenses to treat patients suffering from presbyopia and cataracts
ReZoom intraocular lenses allow you to easily focus on nearby objects, like menus, and far away objects, like street signs, because the light coming into the eye is distributed over five different optic zones on the lens. No matter where your eye is focusing, the ReZoom lens adjusts and enables you to see clearly by redirecting the light coming into your eye back to your retina.
The surgery used to implant the ReZoom lens is a very safe and relatively simple procedure performed at San Diego Outpatient Surgery Center. The only difference between this procedure and traditional cataract surgery is that the ReZoom lens is far more advanced enabling you to have good intermediate and far vision.
If you have presbyopia and cataracts, there's no better time to schedule a free ReZoom evaluation with renowned San Diego eye surgeon Sandy T. Feldman, MD. She will take the time to listen to your concerns and vision goals as well as answer all of the questions you have about the ReZoom implant. As a committed and compassionate eye surgeon, Dr. Feldman's number one goal is to get you on the road to visual freedom.
ClearView Eye and Laser Medical Center provides ReZoom vision correction procedures in the San Diego, California area. We offer this web page as general information. This information should not be considered formal medical advice. Please contact us today for formal advice during a complimentary ReZoom consultation in San Diego.
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