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Intraocular lenses or IOLs replace your natural lenses during cataract surgery. The American Academy of Ophthalmology emphasizes that the majority of these lenses are mono-focal. This type of IOL cannot adjust to distance vision. That is why many patients opt for multifocal lenses. Even so, multifocal lenses are limited in their ability to help post-cataract surgery patients. With PanOptix® trifocal IOLs, you can have a clearer vision after your cataract removal. If you want to find out how PanOptix IOLs help you see clearly after cataract surgery, here’s what you need to know.