Types of Intraocular Lens

At Banaji Eyecare, we provide cataract lens replacement surgery. Several types of intraocular lens (IOL) implants are available to help you enjoy improved vision. Before your cataract surgery, your eyes are measured to determine your IOL prescription. We will then decide and recommend which IOL type is best for you. We believe in providing our clients with the best and as a result only use Alcon IOL and Carl Zeiss IOL.

Trifocal Lens

Banaji Eyecare now offers the newest generation of multifocal intraocular lenses (IOLs) – the trifocal. These revolutionary new IOLs give cataract patients a better chance at clear vision at all distances. Unlike older generation of multifocal IOLs that resulted in glare and halos especially with night driving, trifocal IOLs implants offer clear intermediate as well as distance and near vision with minimal glare and halos at night.

The Trifocal IOLs provide excellent visual performance, outstanding intermediate visual acuity and high resolution under all light conditions.

Multifocal Lens

MultiFocal Lens

Unlike monofocal IOLs that only help to correct distance vision, at Banaji Eyecare when you choose multifocal lenses, you can experience clear vision at near and far distances. You can see at varying distances using different points of focus. The goal of a multifocal IOL is to provide functional vision at different distances to minimize the use of glasses. While undergoing cataract surgery, opting for multifocal lenses can help reduce dependency on glasses.

Toric Lens

Toric Lens

At Banaji Eyecare, we have toric IOLs, which provide precise astigmatism correction for cataract patients, in a single procedure. With toric IOLs you get reduced spherical aberration, increased contrast sensitivity and improved functional vision. Functional vision is an important consideration for our patients with astigmatism. When it comes to object detection and identification, a fraction of a second can make all the difference. With this, you can drive at night with ease. Patients will need to use reading glasses for near work.

Standard Monofocal Lens

Monofocal Lens

The most common IOLs, monofocal lenses provide the best corrected vision for only distance vision. Patients will need to use reading glasses for near work. Patients, who choose to have their IOLs set for set for distance vision, continue to use their reading glasses for near activities.