Premium Lens Self Test

  1. How interested are you in seeing at a distance, driving or playing golf without glasses after your cataract surgery?

  2. Are you interested in seeing well up close (reading) without glasses after your cataract surgery?

  3. If you had to wear glasses after your vision treatment for one of the following activities, which one would you most be willing to wear glasses for?

  4. If you could have good vision for driving during the day without glasses, and good near vision without glasses in most situations, would you be able to tolerate some halos and glare around lights at night?

  5. If you could have good distance vision day and night, and good vision for computer work, without glasses, would you be willing to wear glasses for reading fine print and small type?

  6. In our daily lives there are different things we do that require us to see at different distances. We have grouped some of these vision activities into lifestyle zones. Think about the things in life you want to do without depending on glasses after cataract surgery. Which group is the most important

  7. Consider your personality. Based on the options below how would you describe your personality?

An Ophthalmologist is a medical doctor who is trained in traditional medical school and then in a residency focused on diseases of the eye and all types of surgical procedures for the eyes and eyelids. Ophthalmologists have the ability to provide total eye care. Optometrists are trained through specialized schools in the diagnosis and treatment of all types of vision and refractive problems of the eye, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, and are also trained to fit glasses and contact lenses and to prescribe aids for low vision, such as glasses and contact lenses.


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