Just a quick note to say hi!
Hi Craig, thank u for getting back to me so fast
What diopter should he aim for 20/20 in my left dominant eye? Will I compromise my reading /intermediate and or distant vision OR will vision it get better because I will be using both cataract free eyes.
What brand and Model #IOL do have?
I am seeing my surgeon on coming Monday to discuss IOL. My surgery date is coming week too.
talk to u soon
Thank you for everything!
I hope u had a nice Christmas. By reading your responses on cataract n IOL, I realize that u preferred same kind of overall vision (after u were done with all the procedures on your eyes) as I do. Like u know that I got RE done at -1.25. My reading vision is okay,but watching TV is slight blurry using both eyes .Toric IOL for LE is chosen.what should he aim for? Like u I do not want to wear glasses all the time except for small print. Any suggestions are very welcome
Thanks a million
Have a Happy and a safe New Year
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