Evaluation of the first 400 implantations of the Precizon™ Presbyopic IOL23-07-2018
What do these surgeons think of the new CTF Precizon™ Presbyopic IOL? We asked them two questions and this is what they answered:
Question 1: Who is your ideal patient for Precizon Presbyopic?
Dr. Ramón Ruiz Mesa, Jerez de la Frontera
Doubtful Kappa and Alpha Angle.
Patients with high mesopic pupils.
Dr. Mariano Royo, Madrid
A woman between 50 and 75 years old, moderate myopia with a
healthy fundus, or hyperopia from +1.0 up to +5.0D.
No emmetropes with presbyopia.
Dra. Mercedes Otero
My first three patients were women - one had myopic LASIK performed
20 years ago. All of them were cataract patients, between 50 and 60
years old. They are really happy with their vision, because both far and
near vision are really good.
Question 2: How are your patients?
Dr. Miguel Giménez de la Linde, Córdoba
Very happy! No halos, good intermediate and far vision. It is like a
monofocal for far with very good intermediate vision and no halos!
Dr. Germán Gómez Tellería, San Sebastián
I started to implant Precizon Presby with no changes in my standard way of
selection a Multifocal IOL and I got very good results. Good profile of security.
Very few and very low optic phenomena. No patients with spontaneous halos:
only if I ask for them.
Dr. Carlos Gutiérrez Amorós, La Coruña
Patients are happy, reporting good vision for far and near. No complaints
about intermediate vision when we ask them to read. No reported
difficulties working with a the computer. No blurred or uncomfortable
vision up to one meter, like i do see with other lenses. It is surprising how
patients don’t complain about night light phenomenon even when we
ask them about it.
Dr. Ramón Damborenea, Bilbao
Our patients are happy, comfortable, with good vision for far and
intermediate and acceptable for near. They aren’t complaining and
haven’t reported any halos or glare.
Dra. Belén Díaz, Madrid
My patients feel comfortable with perfect night vision and without
distance and middle distance glasses. Furthermore, their near vision
turns out better than they expected after the preoperative explanations.