740516 tn?1360942486

Chosing IOL

Just did my Biometry today and I'm reading the paper.I know its something to be discussed with my doct - and it will be for sure!! It seems like the one our national health service pay for is Alcon Acrysoft MA...( 2 types) AlconMZ30BD AlconSA60AT.I doubt i will be asked about preferences
Does anybody knows about those lens?
Are they ok?
Thanks for any info about.
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711220 tn?1251891127
These lens work.

Dr. O.
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740516 tn?1360942486
Hope it means "works fine" :-)
I cant believe they could accept some that "doesnt work"
Thanks for the answer.anyway
If someone had personal experience with those, please tell me.Specially if you had RD like me.

PS Berrywoo,dont worry I teach you later, if I got my IOL first :-)
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I believe that the lenses you listed are older Alcon monofocal models.  Here in the USA, newer aspheric and toric models are more popular monofocal options.  But as Dr. Oyakawa stated, the lenses you listed work fine.
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