Monofocal plus – future or present? Review article

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Adam Kabiesz
Joanna Grzbiela
Damian Skorupka
Patryk Zemła
Alfred Niewiem

Abstract

The implantation of extended deep-of-focus intraocular lenses during cataract surgery allows patients to achieve spectacles independence. Correct calculation of the power of the lenses and the use of monovision significantly improves the level of satisfaction after the procedure. The choice of the target postoperative refraction of the dominant eye within the limits of emmetropia and the non-dominant eye with slight myopia within the range of -1.0 D can provide satisfactory visual acuity for a long distance, intermediate and near vision, without the need for glasses. Some authors classify some types of monofocal plus on an equal footing with lenses with an extended depth of focus. They are the latest solution in cataract surgery and are characterized by a low tendency to cause side effects typical of multifocal lenses.

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Kabiesz A, Grzbiela J, Skorupka D, Zemła P, Niewiem A. Monofocal plus – future or present?. Ophthatherapy [Internet]. 2024Mar.31 [cited 2024Jul.18];11(1):92-8. Available from: https://journalsmededu.pl/index.php/ophthatherapy/article/view/3055
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