A new approach to multifocal lens technology

Professor Auffarth of Heidelberg University Eye Clinic reports on the results of his implantation of the LENTIS Mplus and explains how the lens works using a new unique optical principle.

How does it work?

What do we think?

The multi-centre clinical trial has shown very good results for this new lens. It can be centred stably in the capsular bag. As early on as three months postoperative, near and distance visual acuity as well as contrast sensitivity were excellent; halo and glare effects were rarely reported combined with a very high rate of patient satisfaction. These promising findings certainly helped lead to its CE mark approval in March 2009.

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