Dallas accommodating lens

Multifocal IOLs are fixed lens implants meaning that they are stationary and do not move inside the eye like an accommodating IOL.

Concentric rings of power in the lens optic enable the eye to focus at multiple ranges.

This lens provides seamless focusing at multiple ranges.

Re Zoom and Re STOR are considered multifocal IOLs.

Cataracts can also develop as a result of family history, eye injury, previous eye surgery, eye diseases, medications such as steroids, medical problems such as diabetes and long-term, unprotected exposure to sunlight. You may attribute unclear vision to the need for better lighting or stronger glasses.

An eye examination done by a qualified eye doctor would discover the cataract.

Our Vision Clinic is the only nonprofit vision clinic in Texas not affiliated with a university or medical school. Stephanie Helm Fleming graduated from the University of Houston with a degree in Optometry.

She moved to Dallas in 1999 to join the Dallas Services Low Vision Clinic. Fleming understands patients who suffer from vision loss and the impact on the patient and family. Fleming provides routine eye care for all ages, she also sees nonverbal individuals and multiply-impaired children and adults.

Unique to the vision clinic is the staff’s ability to provide services to any person, regardless of age or disability. Rosita Ghazanfari graduated from Northeastern State University with a degree in optometry.

She completed a residency in contact lens from SUNY in New York. Ghazanfari provides routine eye care for all ages as well as medical contact lens fittings.

A standard (monofocal) IOL restores clear sight at a certain chosen distance- typically distance.

Patients receiving this type of IOL usually require glasses for reading and even for intermediate activities (i.e.

There are three advanced IOLs which restore near vision: Crystalens, Re Zoom, and Re Stor.

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