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Denver CO IOL Lenses

Intraocular lens (IOL) Type

Monofocal

Standard
Monofocal

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA

Toric

Toric

Restor

ReStor

Crystalens

Crystalens AO

Tecnis

Tecnis Multifocal

Trug

Trul ig n™
Intraocular lens (IOL) Type Method of Presbyopia correction

Standard Monofocal with ORA Denver

Standard Monofocal with ORA
None

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
 

Toric

Toric
None

Restor

ReStor
Apodized diffractive multifocal

Crystalens

Crystalens AO
Accommodating

Tecnis

Tecnis Multifocal
Diffractive multifocal

Trug

Trul ig n™
Toric Accommodating IOL
Intraocular lens (IOL) Type Lens moves in the eye

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
No

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
 

Toric

Toric
No

Restor

ReStor
No

Crystalens

Crystalens AO
Yes. (Flexible IOL)

Tecnis

Tecnis Multifocal
No

Trug

Trul ig n™
 
Intraocular lens (IOL) Type Zones of best vision without glasses. Zones of vision:
1) Far: TV, Driving
2) Mid-Range:
computer, desk-work
3) Near: reading
documents up-close, sewing

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
Far OR Near (not both). Most patients with a standard IOL will use glasses after surgery for most activities (Bifocals).

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
 

Toric

Toric
Far OR Near (not both). Most patients with a Toric IOL will see very well at there chosen distance but will still need glasses for the other distances.

Restor

ReStor
Far-mid-near

Crystalens

Crystalens AO
Far and mid- range yet limited at very near

Tecnis

Tecnis Multifocal
Far-mid-near

Trug

Trul ig n™
 
Intraocular lens (IOL) Type Success rate of patients achieving spectacle independence with IOLs in both eyes

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
90% at desired (chosen) distance if no or low astigmatism

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
 

Toric

Toric
90% at desired (chosen) distance

Restor

ReStor
Nearly 80-90% of patients do not require glasses

Crystalens

Crystalens AO
Approx. 50%

Tecnis

Tecnis Multifocal
Nearly 80-90% of patients do not require glasses

Trug

Trul ig n™
 
Intraocular lens (IOL) Type Rate of night-time severe glare & halo effects

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
2%

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
 

Toric

Toric
2%

Restor

ReStor
2-5%

Crystalens

Crystalens AO
2%

Tecnis

Tecnis Multifocal
5%

Trug

Trul ig n™
 
Intraocular lens (IOL) Type Usable with previous radial keratotomy (RK)

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
Yes

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
 

Toric

Toric
Yes If qualified

Restor

ReStor
Not recommended

Crystalens

Crystalens AO
Yes If qualified

Tecnis

Tecnis Multifocal
Not recommended

Trug

Trul ig n™
 
Intraocular lens (IOL) Type Usable with previous laser vision correction (LASIK/PRK)

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
Yes

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
 

Toric

Toric
Yes If qualified

Restor

ReStor
Yes If qualified

Crystalens

Crystalens AO
Yes

Tecnis

Tecnis Multifocal
Not recommended

Trug

Trul ig n™
 
Intraocular lens (IOL) Type Patient cost when used for cataract with medical insurance and/or Medicare

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
Monofocal lens part of standard cataract surgery

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
$400.00 Monofocal lens is part of standard cataract surgery

Toric

Toric
$1670/eye

Restor

ReStor
$2665/eye

Crystalens

Crystalens AO
$2665/eye

Tecnis

Tecnis Multifocal
$2665/eye

Trug

Trul ig n™
2720/eye
Intraocular lens (IOL) Type Patient cost when used for cataract without insurance (self pay)

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
$2850/eye

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
$3250/eye

Toric

Toric
$4520/eye

Restor

ReStor
$5515/eye

Crystalens

Crystalens AO
$5515/eye

Tecnis

Tecnis Multifocal
$5515/eye

Trug

Trul ig n™
$5570/eye
Intraocular lens (IOL) Type Clear Lens Extraction (no qualified cataract)

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
$4365/eye

Monofocal

Standard Monofocal with ORA
 

Toric

Toric
$4940/eye

Restor

ReStor
$5525/eye

Crystalens

Crystalens AO
$5525/eye

Tecnis

Tecnis Multifocal
$5525/eye

Trug

Trul ig n™
$5580.00/eye

Questions and Answers

Q: How do I know which lens is best for me?
A: It's best to choose a lens that best fits your lifestyle. If you are active, and don't want the hassle of wearing glasses, then you may want to consider an Advanced Technology Lens that will make you less dependent on wearing glasses for those activities you love doing.

Q: Why aren't Advanced Technology lenses covered by my insurance carrier?
A: Advanced Technology lenses are considered refractive in nature, much like LASIK, and therefore most insurance companies will not cover the cost for the lens and extra testing.

Q: Does everyone qualify for an Advanced Technology Lens?
A: No. Your doctor will let you know if you are a candidate for an Advanced Technology Lens, and will make a recommendation on which one is best for your visual needs/demands.

Q: Does Omni Eye offer financing for Advanced Technology lenses?
A: We believe that finances should never stand in the way of achieving great vision. We do offer financing options that make it easier to have such wonderful technology.

Q: Do Omni Eye doctors have much experience with Advanced Technology lenses?
A: Yes, all of our doctors have extensive experience with these newer lenses. In fact, if you visit the Crystalens website, you'll see Omni Eye has the distinction of being a"Center of Excellence".