I am living in France, and I got a multi-focal restor implanted in my left eye 3 years ago, it was recommended by my eye surgeon although I am astigmate which is in fact a contra-indication for this lense, but I only found out later. The result is really bad, and does not at all come up to what I was promissed before surgery. Astigmatism couldn’t be corrected with the lense, and I still have to wear glasses to correct astigmatism. I am not quite sure whether the same correction criteria is used in US, in France my correction is (only in left eye : sphère +0,50 cylindre –1,00 axe 10). But glasses do not really help since vision is about 30% smaller with the restor than with the healthy eye, everything seems to be vaulted and wavy and I see in double when the light is not perfect. This is getting even worse when I wear the glasses, causing me head-aches and dizziness, so I don’t wear them. And I cannot read with the restor, so I only read with the healthy eye. I changed surgeon, and last time when I saw him, he obviously had forgotten about the restor in my eye. He told me, that indeed, my vision was very bad and I needed new glasses that would enable me to read. He gave me the following prescription: right +0,25 (-0,75 à 165°), left +2,75 (-1,75 à 10°) and with the glasses he gave me to try, I could read with each eye seperately. I went to several opticians, and I tried to read with those glasses with both eyes together. Impossible, I cannot see anything. I have consulted quite a bunch of surgeons in Paris to try to find someone who could adapt my glasses to this very bad lense in my eye. All of them seem to tell me that my vision was perfect, and I could not obtain any better results. I am really wondering whether all these surgeons in France are supported by the laboratory which produces the relevant lense...and I am happy to have found this forum and can be assured now that I am not the only one who is not at all satisfied with the restor lense. Halos and glare is really bad at night, but honestly, I would be very happy already to obtain an acceptable vision during day time. I am thinking of replacing the restor, but I have already had the yag-treatment. (Cataract could not be extracted completely during first surgery). Do you think there could be a solution for me ? Thank you very much in advance for your help.