Do you suffer from clouded vision due to cataracts? Do you have blurry near vision due to presbyopia?
The placement of intraocular lenses (IOLs), or artificial lenses, can improve your vision and help you focus on objects at all distances.
At Primary Eye Care Associates in Chicago, Dr. Steven Chander can recommend the best IOL for your unique vision needs.
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Covering the Cost of Cataract Surgery
We accept insurance from most providers, including VSP, EyeMed, Davis Vision, and Blue Cross Blue Shield. If you have another provider, contact us to find out if your insurance plan is accepted at our practice.
Medicare covers the cost of cataract surgery for patients aged 65 and older. However, you may still be responsible for some out-of-pocket costs depending on your treatment plan. We will discuss any costs you may incur before you agree to surgery.
Other Payment Options
We also accept traditional payment types, including MasterCard®, Visa, Discover®, cash, check, and money order for your convenience.
Contact Our Practice
If you suffer from cataracts or presbyopia and are seeking a solution, our experienced staff can determine if the advanced Crystalens, ReSTOR, or ReZoom multifocal intraocular lenses are right for you. For a consultation at our Chicago, IL, practice, conveniently located in Garfield Park, just minutes from Midway airport, contact Primary Eye Care Associates today. Contact us online to ask a question or request a consultation.
You can also reach us by phone:
Call: (773) 524-6637
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About Our Intraocular Lenses
The Crystalens IOL flexes similarly to the natural lens of the eye, providing greatly enhanced focusing abilities at a range of distances. The Crystalens IOL offers excellent accommodation abilities. Accommodation refers to the ability to focus on objects at near and far distances. Our eyes perform this task by bending and flexing the lens of the eye to focus light as needed. With the help of the eye's ciliary muscles, the Crystalens IOL can bend and flex in much the same way, helping to improve accommodation abilities.
Like other IOLs, ReSTOR lenses are used to replace the clouded cataract lens of the eye. Unlike other IOLs, the ReSTOR lens uses a series of tiered steps to help patients focus at a variety of distances. The ReSTOR IOL has a thin outer layer and a thicker layer at the center of the lens. In between is a series of layers of varying thicknesses, each of which helps provide the ability to focus at different distances. This technology helps to correct the clouding associated with cataracts and reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses.
The ReZoom intraocular lens is an excellent treatment option for those suffering from presbyopia. Like other IOLs, ReZoom is also used for patients with cataracts. The ReZoom lens incorporates multiple focal points to help patients see objects far away and very close up. ReZoom intraocular lenses allow us to correct cataract-affected vision, improve focusing ability in presbyopic patients, and reduce the need for reading glasses.