"Doctor, I think it's getting harder and harder to see things." Mr. Wang, an engineer in his fifties, stars at the computer for a long time during the day and has to drive home at night after get off work. In the past two years, his eyesight has deteriorated, making him feel exhausting. After examination, it was found that the degree of myopia in Mr. Wang's eyes increased a lot, mainly due to cataracts. "Because you often need to look at the computer and drive, an intraocular lens with a long focal length combined with astigmatism correction is better able to see far and near." Physician Chen Weilun of Yongjian Eye Clinic analyzed, "Considering the safety needs of driving at night, it will be necessary to An intraocular lens with clearer night vision and less glare." After undergoing intraocular lens replacement surgery for both eyes two weeks apart, Mr. Wang's vision has significantly improved.
Cataracts are getting younger, not only looking at 3C, but diabetes also increases the risk of cataracts! In the past, people aged 5 and 60 had a higher rate of cataracts, but with the increase in exposure to 3C products, cataracts tend to be younger, and more and more patients have cataracts in their 30s. Dr. Xu Yarui from Yongjian Eye Clinic said that working in electric welding, glass burning, kitchen work, diabetes, or high myopia may also increase the chance of developing cataracts. When cataracts appear, patients will gradually experience blurred vision, which is usually not easy to detect by themselves, and often will not be discovered until the condition is more serious. Dr. Xu Yarui reminds that it is best to develop the habit of checking eyes regularly to detect Shadow Making early problems. Choosing an intraocular lens, ophthalmologists focus on reminding Cataracts are caused by the fact that the originally clear lens becomes cloudy, which affects the entry of light.
To restore vision, an artificial lens needs to be implanted through surgery. Dr. Xu Yarui said that when choosing an intraocular lens, you must first understand the patient's eye needs. The natural crystal itself has the function of automatic adjustment, but it often needs to be assisted by reading glasses after aging. Dr. Chen Weilun said that if you don't want to wear reading glasses when you get old, you can choose a full-focus artificial crystal, which is more convenient to see far and near. Chromatic aberration correction technology improves night vision clarity and enhances safety. More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels