I recently had cataract surgery both eyes right eye with technis multifocal about 2 months ago ,left eye with crystalens ao 6 weeks ago . my results are as follows
right eye technis - very good near vision - blurry intermediate - good distence vision - BAD NIGHT HALO problem
I also had yag laser on right eye a couple of days ago - no change
left eye crystalens - very good near intermediate - blurry after 10 feet can not read large road signs till very close
my - profile 64 yrs old ,using reading glasses prior to operation , no glasses at present
question what can I do about night halos ?
Halos are a widely-known side effect of multifocal IOLs, and often diminish in recognition with time. You likely knew this, and that your different IOLs would perform different functions as far as near, intermediate, and distance??
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