Allentown Ph: (610) 530-4444
Easton Ph: (610) 258-4334

You Have Options!

Have you or someone you love been diagnosed with cataracts? As normal as cataracts are for nearly everyone at one point or another. Not all cataracts are the same, and when it comes to vision surgery, you have options. When determining the details of your surgery you will be given an option of lenses. You’ll have a detailed discussion with the doctor and a surgery scheduler the day of your consultation. The type of intraocular cataract replacement lens you choose should align to the kind of vision you want after cataract surgery. As we all know, the way you use your vision shapes the way you live your life!

Read and learn about some of the options available today for Cataract lenses to help make the right choice for you!

Clareon® PanOptix®

The first and only trifocal lens available in the United States. Enjoy a full range of vision and exceptional clarity without glasses.1,2

Clareon® Vivity®

Allows you to see clearly at far and intermediate distances. You may require glasses for reading small print.

alt=""

Clareon® Toric

Provides clear distance vision while correcting astigmatism. You may need glasses for clear near and intermediate vision.

Clareon® Monofocal

Provides exceptional clarity for distance vision. You may need glasses for near and intermediate vision. If you have astigmatism, you will likely need glasses at all distances.