I'm writing here because I'm really desperate and cannot find an answer. Almost one years ago had eye surgery and got two hydrophobic multi-focal intraocular len. I still had no cataract, I was starting losing my near vision and the surgeon suggested this operations. But at once the vision was a nightmare with huge halos, huge starburst, flickering light night & day, unstable vision. Nothing helped and 10 months later I was just exasperated. After trying to convince my surgeon, for months, that something went wrong (really?!) and the lens should be replaced, he decided to exchange the lens in the right eye only with a hydrophilic monofocal lens.
Many problems have solved but I can still see very annoying halos, flickering reflections 40 days from the operation. The surgeon told me just to wait but I have this sense that the problem won't solve very much. So for the left hand I'm still waiting because I don't want this same lent but something different and the most possible light phenomena-free ...
I have 2 questions please:
1) is that true that silicone-made, with rounded edges iols are more forgiving about annoyances?
2) how much the refractive index of the lens influences internal reflection? Human lens is 1.41, my lens is 1.47. Has that something to do with the disturbances I have?
Thank you for your help!