Am I too old to have Prelex?

A wonderful lady from connecticut around 80 years of age (a woman never tells her age, she reminded us) asked whether she was too old to have Prelex. Prelex, as you may recall is an influential new vision correction procedure that concerns replacing the eyes normal lens using a presbyopic implant lens. This procedure is perfect for patients forty five and above and it can significantly improve vision and allow one to obtain quality vision for rest of their life. People younger than 45 have significant flexibility in their natural lens which allows them to continuously change the focussing power of their eye naturally. Since people older than 45 to 50 have already lost much of the flexibility in their natural lens, there is a loss of natural focusing flexibility.
This ability is regained in a Presbyopic refractive lens exchange procedure or Prelex.
You are never too young to fall in love(quote from Mother Teresa) or too old to have Prelex(Quote from the author of the book on Prelex). Here is a video of a 89 year old young man- why I love Prelex.
A refractive lens exchange is not generally recommended for people under 45, unless the diagnosis and careful testing reveals it to be the best option. The procedure is proving popular all over globe including India and Nigeria.
The experience of a new book termed Prelex enables millions of individuals the access to quality perspective, care, facts. In this prelex book readers can learn in regards to the prelex procedure.
The prelex process involves changing the eyes natural lens for just a presbyopic implant lens. There is a range of implant lenses from which to choose including; Restor, Crystalens, and Tecnis implants. Each lens deviates in potential and performance. A beneficial surgeon can discuss the advantages and disadvantages of every single lens and together you may choose the best option for your lifestyle.
So this nice lady is visiting her daughter in maryland, to discuss having her prelex procedure.

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in cataracts, lasik eye surgery

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

Sign up for Cataract and Pi in Eye Newsletter
* = required field

Get Your FREE Book Now!!

Sign Up Now