The new intraocular lens (IOL) technology known as extended Depth-of-Field (EDOF), it is used to treat presbyopia. The EDOF lenses, as opposed to multifocal (MF) IOLs, provide a single, elongated focal point rather than many foci to improve the depth of focus.
The reduction of the photic phenomena, glare, and halos that have been recorded with the MF IOLs is what EDOF IOLs seek to achieve. If the amount of aberrations is substantially increased, one potential drawback is a decline in retinal image quality.
Since the MF optical designs and EDOF IOLs are frequently coupled, optical multifocality concepts and EDOF IOLs are frequently confused.
Both the refractive lens exchange and cataract surgery use extended Depth-of-Field intraocular lenses (IOLs) to replace the native human lens and/or correct refractive defects. Recent years have seen the development of a wide range of multifocal (MF) IOLs, which have surpassed more conventional monofocal IOLs in effectiveness.
Along with exceptional distant vision, an increasing number of the patients are asking for a close and intermediate vision for daily activities that are independent of glasses due to an increase in life expectancy and a shift in lifestyle.
Additionally, presbyopic patients who are not all good candidates for laser refractive surgery and do not wish to wear reading glasses have a therapy option in presbyopia-correcting IOLs.
The Global Extended Depth-of-Field Intraocular Lens market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Alcon declared that it has introduced the first and only Extended Depth-of-Field Intraocular Lens that is not diffractive in the United States.
Swiss-based in Geneva releases, the AcrySof IQ Vivity IOL from Alcon, a presbyopia-mitigating lens, is now accessible for use with patients who are having cataract surgery.
For monofocal-quality distance vision, robust intermediate vision, and useful near vision, AcrySof IQ Vivity uses Alcon’s exclusive non-diffractive X-Wave technology, which stretches and shifts light without dividing it.
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