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Can I be implanted with a multifocal lens in one eye only?

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Dr. Theodore Wu
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Multifocal

Yes.

In brief: Multifocal

Yes.
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Dr. LINDA VARGAS
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Yes

Yes you can, but it's better to have both eyes implanted with multifocal implants so you can get the full benefit of the "reading" aspect of the implants.
When you have both eyes implanted with the multifocal implants you will have the "depth" perception benefit from the binocular vision.

In brief: Yes

Yes you can, but it's better to have both eyes implanted with multifocal implants so you can get the full benefit of the "reading" aspect of the implants.
When you have both eyes implanted with the multifocal implants you will have the "depth" perception benefit from the binocular vision.
Dr. LINDA VARGAS
Dr. LINDA VARGAS
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