Pueblo accommodating iol
However, nearsighted (myopic) people become more nearsighted, causing a worsening in their distance vision.
Light cannot pass through the lens easily, and your vision becomes blurred. Haas removes the cloudy, natural lens and replaces it with a clear, artificial lens called an intraocular lens (IOL).There is also the chance that some loss of contrast sensitivity can occur due to the rings within the lens.For this reason people with macular problems are not good candidates for multifocal lenses. The accommodative lens has a hinge designed to work with your eye muscles, allowing the lens to move forward as the eye focuses on near objects and backward as the eye focuses on distant objects.Other changes you might experience include blurry vision; glare, particularly at night; frequent changes in your eyeglass prescription; a decrease in color intensity; a yellowing of images; and in rare cases, double vision.As the eye's natural lens gets harder, farsighted (presbyopic) people, who have difficulty focusing up close, can experience improved near vision and become less dependent on reading glasses.
The part of the ring you look through will determine if you can see clearly at far, near, or intermediate distances.