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In the past, when an artificial lens, called an intraocular lens implant or IOL, was placed inside the eye during cataract or lens replacement surgery, it could only focus at a single distance.

These IOLs are called single-focus IOLs and allow an eye to see either far away or close-up but not both.

Advanced intraocular lenses, called multifocal IOLs, provide correction for both near and distance vision.

And both near and far objects can be in focus at the same time.

Cataract surgery is a once-in-a-lifetime investment in your eyes that can improve your quality of life for the long term.

The contemporary treatment for cataracts is to remove the crystalline lens and replace it with an implantable lens.

Many people get used to multifocal IOLs right away.

Others feel a little imbalanced at first but get used to it within a matter of days or weeks.

The Cystalens accommodating intraocular lens is made with hinges on each side that are designed to allow the optic, or the part of the lens that you can see through, to move back and forth as you constantly change focus on images around you.

The Crystalens is a small lens enabling it to flex or bend as you focus your vision.

The contemporary treatment for cataracts is to remove the crystalline lens and replace it with an implantable lens.Many people get used to multifocal IOLs right away.Others feel a little imbalanced at first but get used to it within a matter of days or weeks.The Cystalens accommodating intraocular lens is made with hinges on each side that are designed to allow the optic, or the part of the lens that you can see through, to move back and forth as you constantly change focus on images around you.The Crystalens is a small lens enabling it to flex or bend as you focus your vision.However, there is a debate regarding the true accommodative capability of the AIOLs (i.e., whether the IOLs can move forward when attempting to accommodate like the natural crystalline lens of a phakic eye).