As per my personal opinion and experience ,Monofocal is better than multifocal lens.
but with LenSX procedure . All the best (5 replies)
... I have to have sx for cataracts and have to decide between the multifocal or monofocal lens.
Is there anyone who has had this sx in the past 6-12 months who can offer some advice?
It seems to me that you have to make a series of compromises with the multifocal (i.e., halos, glare, intermediate vision, visual contrast, night vision impairment, etc--including the cost).
Is... (5 replies)
... Hello everyone :) I had my LASIK procedure 2 weeks ago (today is day 15) and I have some questions and unfortunately I can't go to my doctor right now because we're having a vacation in my country and I won't be able to see any doctor before next week, so I hope I can find answers here:
1- Since the second day of the procedure, once I wake up, I have an annoying blurry... (0 replies)
... I'm a bit hesitant too because it's my one reading eye. Night vision is possible so I'm surviving as is. ... (107 replies)
... No, halos are not only caused by cataracts. I am 24 and developed literally hundreds of floaters in both my eyes over night when I was 21. ... (3 replies)
... Three nights ago after working a very long day, I noticed that I was seeing rainbow halos around all headlights and streetlights. I've worn contacts for 26 year. I have an extreme astigmatism. ... (1 replies)
... I was seeing halos around lights at night. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you for the reply. My halos are constant, not just at night. Do you think these will go away? ... (2 replies)
... so that's not an issue for me. But, especially, after the RD surgeries, when you get your vision back, I would pay them whatever rather than be ruined with a bad or no vision for life. I have really started respecting these surgeons now! ... (66 replies)
... Hi, I am 20 years old, and starting two months ago my vision has changed for the worse. I am Nearsighted and also have Astigmatism in both eyes. ... (7 replies)
... for three years. Developed halos and starbursts around lights at night and LED lights during day and astigmatism returned to where I had to go back to glasses. Fluorescent lights were bothersome. Glare from windows annoying. ... (1 replies)
... t night, I wear thick cataract glasses to see. I had a standard monofocal secondary IOL implant done in my right eye 12 days ago. Since then I've had very blurry vision and I'm seeing halos around lights. I've had no improvement since the day after surgery. ... (0 replies)
... No to the starbursts but yes to the other. I also get double vision when my lights shine on road signs at night and on the tv menu and things. It is better when I am not tired. ... (7 replies)
... First of all, do u have star-burst when sun reflections off car windshields??
-Night time starburst, better with eyes wide open??
-light beams stretching from light source and gone with lift of eyelid?
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... I've check the web regarding this issue and it seems a lot of young people are experiencing this starburst halo day and night and they don't even wear glasses. And all doctors don't know what the problem is.... Mines getting worse without a diagnoses, what can be wrong... ... (16 replies)
... it's hard to drive at night.. u saw 5 docs who weren't able to diagnose this problem.. it's really weird. I probably have no hope of curing this. Are u planning on seeing more docs?? when u say floating of the screen, do u just c a white reflection at the bottom or the actual screen at the bottom?? (16 replies)
... I also do have long beams which makes it impossible to drive at night. Are you able to drive at night?
I see reflections from the light source. For example: while watching TV, it seems I also have a reflection of the TV below the screen. In a sense, it is like it is floating the image of the TV. (16 replies)
... I still c some starburst when I open my starburs but its better. I have few long beams of light extending down from light source and disappear when I open my eyes. do u have anything floating in the reflection when looking at reflections. (16 replies)
... Yes, cell phones and monitors are the worse...there is a reflection when watching TV or cellphone, etc. It's hard to watch TV in the dark and working on the PC. Yes, when i open my eyes wide, the glare goes away.
Do you drive at night? If so, when you open your eyes wide, do you see the starbursts and glare disappear on headlights of cars? (16 replies)
... I've had it for a month now. do u have problems with for ex. looking at a cellphone or monitor at night has a reflection on the bottom or looking at a window in a dark room also has the reflection. ... (16 replies)