Virtually everyone and anyone who has cataracts and is in good general health may be candidate for the restor implant surgery, but people with chronic infections, uncontrolled diabetes, or other health problems may have to wait until these conditions are under control prior to surgery as these conditions could affect the surgical procedure or the antibiotics afterwards. People who have had prior corneal refractive surgery like LASIK or PRK may be acceptable candidates for restor implantation as long as their eyes are in good health. After a thorough examination, the eye specialist will be able to better advise you if you qualify for the restor implant.
But there is one thing for sure, if you’ve already had cataract surgery, you’re not a candidate for the restor procedure as this causes a number of complications. Although, it may be necessary for some people to wear glasses for distance, intermediate and/or near vision to obtain optimal visual acuity. The difference from standard lenses is that most people will not be dependent on these supplemental vision aids to function normally.
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