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Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) surgery uses ultrasounds to exchange your natural lenses for an intraocular lens (IOL). After the surgery, you may be able to either go without glasses or contacts or minimize how often you need to wear them.
Unfortunately, not everyone is a good candidate for surgery. Find out if RLE is right for you by reviewing the qualifications below and discussing your eye health with our experienced vision care team.
As you wait for surgery day to arrive, knowing exactly what happens before, during, and after surgery can be a big help. Calm your nerves, go in with determination, and have your questions answered with help from our experienced eye surgeons.
These lenses are designed to clear your vision for either near or far-sightedness. You may still need to wear glasses to help you see far distances or read a book.
Toric IOLs are just like Monofocal lenses but with an additional advantage: these lenses can be used in cataract surgery to correct astigmatisms as well.
A great built-in bifocal, these Multifocal IOLs let you see far and near without needing to wear glasses.
Just like the Toric lenses, the Toric Multifocal IOLs can treat astigmatism. But these lenses also let you see near and far without wearing glasses.
With an extended depth for sharp vision without halos or glares, the Extended Depth of Focus IOL is used to give you a continuous range for near-sightedness.
The Toric Extended Depth of Focus IOL is the same design the Extended Depth of Focus IOL, with a little extra. This lens enables your eye surgeon to treat astigmatism as well as cataracts.
Since the Refractive Lens Exchange is considered a surgery, risks of this procedure can include bleeding, infection, and swelling. While these risks are uncommon, our experienced vision care team at Gelman Vision works to provide the best outcome possible to restore your vision!