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IntraOcularLens (IOL) Self Test

The IOL (IntraOcular Lens) Test is a test to determine if you are a good candidate for Premium Intraocular Lenses.

  • Next generation lens technology has finally arrived and there has never been a better time than now to have cataract surgery.
  • Until recently, life without reading glasses or bifocals, as a patient with cataracts was not an option.
  • Now, thanks to these premium lenses life without glasses and contact lenses is a reality!

Eye Care Specialists offers 3 Intraocular lenses, otherwise known as IOL’s. The IOL’s we specialize in are CRYSTALENS, MULTIFOCAL, and TORIC. These 3 lenses are available to all of our cataract patients. The best way to determine which lens is best for your eyes is to meet with Dr. Frangieh for a Cataract Consult Exam. During this thorough exam Dr. Frangieh will help to explain each lens and offer his opinion as to which IOL is appropriate for your unique vision. For more information or to schedule your Cataract Consult please call our surgical coordinators at 781.769.8880.

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1)How interested are you in seeing at a distance, driving or playing golf without glasses after your cataract surgery?(required)


2)Are you interested in seeing well up close (reading) without glasses after your cataract surgery?


3)If you had to wear glasses after your vision treatment for one of the following activities, which one would you most be willing to wear glasses for?


4)If you could have good vision for driving during the day without glasses, and good near vision without glasses in most situations, would you be able to tolerate some halos and glare around lights at night?


5)If you could have good vision for driving during the day without glasses, and good near vision without glasses in most situations, would you be able to tolerate some halos and glare around lights at night?


6)If you could have good distance vision day and night, and good vision for computer work, without glasses, would you be willing to wear glasses for reading fine print and small type?


7)In our daily lives there are different things we do that require us to see at different distances. We have grouped some of these vision activities into 5 lifestyle zones. Think about the things in life you want to do the most without depending on glasses after cataract surgery. Which group is the most important


8)Consider your personality. Based on the options scale below how would you rank your personality?


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