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Post-cataract op eyewear

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
under a new name wrote:
@Tiredoldskibum, yeah, I think tho' only confusing because patients' experiences are so varied.

That's the thing. Difficult to predict the outcome. I'd have the Panoptics if I could be reasonably sure that the nighttime halos etc would be bearable, but some people get that so bad that they have to get them taken out again. Only want to do this once so...

under a new name wrote:
edit to add, I'm not sure there's anything that they can put in your eye that will improve poor light skiing!!

Indeed. You have to be realistic. Nothing is going to give you 20 year old eyes again, but you want the best outcome you can get don't you.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@Tiredoldskibum, exactly, so in my experience, monofocals and putting up with readers are the ideal. YMMV.
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