J&J Definity/wide angle progressives?

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by Dave Landers, Feb 5, 2004.

  1. Dave Landers

    Dave Landers Guest

    Anybody care to comment on all the claims being made by J&J on their new
    Definity brand of progressives? In particular, how do they compare to other
    brands with a reputation for wide viewing angle (for instance, I have the
    Rodenstock Life2 progressive which offered a world of difference from the
    Varilux being offered at the time.)

    What new lenses (in PC) are available that have a reputation for wider
    distortion free viewing? (I only have vision in one eye so I use all the
    lens I can).

    Anybody want to comment on the likelyhood of somebody inventing some
    surgical procedure down the road that would make presbyobia go away? I
    never really thought about glasses until I started wearing bifocals...and
    while I'm use to them now, I am consicously aware of blurred vision in many
    places that I look. I guess I'm lazy but I'm tired of turning my head this
    way and that to see something.

    Thanks

    Dave
     
    Dave Landers, Feb 5, 2004
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    feeneyl Guest

    Anybody want to comment on the likelyhood of somebody inventing some
    According to a 1/15/04 article at www.osnsupersite.com...

    "Recent Premarket Approvals - Officials at eyeonics, formerly C&C
    Vision, announced that the company received FDA approval for its
    CrystaLens accommodative IOL, the first accommodative IOL to be
    marketed in the United States."
     
    feeneyl, Feb 5, 2004
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    Dan Abel Guest


    I figure 100% How difficult can it be to put in a new lens and attach it
    to the existing muscles? I'm assuming that the problem is due to an aging
    of the lens, which I'm not that sure about.

    I also predict that this will either not happen in my lifetime, or else
    not be common.
     
    Dan Abel, Feb 5, 2004
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    Terry Horton Guest

    Is there an 800 number or web site to locate optometrists that fit the
    Multigressiv? Ft. Worth in particular (will be this person's first
    multifocal).
     
    Terry Horton, Feb 7, 2004
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  5. Dave Landers

    Terry Horton Guest

    Robert,

    Thanks so much. Is the 1.60 suitable for a Silhouette frame?

    Thanks..
     
    Terry Horton, Feb 9, 2004
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