Multifocal risks: what are they?

Multifocal Lens (MIOLs) have many advantages improve the reading, distance, intermediate vision in the vast majority of patients (assuming macula, optic nerve, brain are functioning normally). Biggest risks aside from general surgery risks.: Halos, glare (usually improves with time), need for reading glasses/distance refraction from residual astigmatism. Rarely (<2%) IOL can move or pupil is not directly in axis of MIOL’s center: sometimes a laser pupilloplasty can help or simple reposition of IOL needed. 
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