WHAT IS 3D FOREVER YOUNG?
Designed to help patients in their 40s and over with age-related vision loss or cataracts, Forever Young lens surgery is a comprehensive procedure that can improve vision and reduce an individual's dependence on glasses and contacts. When performed at Wang Vision Institute, our team of skilled eye surgeons utilizes the most advanced lens technology, including but not limited to the newly available trifocal intraocular lens. These lenses are intended for patients with presbyopia to improve both near and distance sight. This innovative new technique gets its name ("forever young") from the effects the lens has on a patient's reading ability and reduced dependence on glasses, keeping the patient’s eyes “Forever Young.” Our Nashville, TN office was one of the first in the nation to offer patients this new and advanced surgery. If you've been diagnosed with presbyopia or cataracts and would like to learn more about Forever Young lens surgery, contact our office and speak to a member of our team.
3D Forever Young™ Lens Surgery Reviews
"Hi, Dr. Wang, You treated me for cataracts back in 2011. The Forever Young lenses were implanted. I just wanted to let you know that I have had good experience. My Doctor, John Anderson here in Nashville, says that the success in my case is the best he has seen. I am now 68 and I feel so grateful for my clear vision. Just thought that you would like to know. I thank you and may God bless you. Stay well."- M.L. / Office Visit / Jun 08, 2020
BEST CANDIDATES for 3D Forever Young™ Lens Surgery
The best candidates to receive Forever Young lens surgery are usually those who are 45 years of age or over (though this can depend) who have been diagnosed with age-related vision loss (presbyopia) or cataracts. To determine your candidacy for the procedure, one of our trained ophthalmologists will conduct a comprehensive eye evaluation and assess your current eye health, condition, medical history, and goals for treatment.
You may not qualify to undergo this surgery if you have certain corneal diseases, eye conditions or infections, or other medical disorders that can slow or prevent healing. Although the majority of patients who receive this treatment are those in their 40s or beyond with presbyopia, Forever Young lens surgery has also worked for younger patients. Contact Wang Vision Institute to schedule your consultative appointment and find out if you could benefit from Forever Young lens surgery.
3D Forever Young™ Lens Surgery TECHNOLOGIES USED
To carry out 3D Forever Young lens surgery, Dr. Wang and his team use a combination of the four following technologies and techniques to produce excellent results:
- Smart Eye Surgery: We utilize this breakthrough intra-operative technology to “test drive” the implanted lens. This helps to determine if the selected lens is the best for you and allows us to make adjustments as needed before the surgery is finished.
- TrueVision 3D HD System: The TrueVision system projects a 3D, high-definition image of your eye onto a large screen during surgery. This gives our team the ability to import (in real-time) pre-operative corneal topographic images, which position and align your eye more precisely for astigmatism treatment.
- Laser Lens Surgery: Lens surgery with a laser is bladeless and much more accurate when compared to traditional lens surgery.
- Laser Astigmatism Treatment: Like laser lens surgery, laser astigmatism treatment utilizes advanced technology to precisely correct astigmatism.
YOUNGER-SEEING EYES TODAY
Forever Young lens surgery is a comprehensive new treatment that can improve vision and reduce dependency on prescription eyeglasses and contacts in patients with presbyopia or cataracts. Using a multifocal lens, many Nashville, TN men and women notice clearer near and distance vision. To find out if you're a good candidate for this treatment, schedule a consultation with a member of our team at Wang Vision Institute.
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