TECNIS Symfony Lens Specialist

Atlanta Vision Cataract and Laser Center

Ophthalmologists & Optometrists located in Hapeville, Atlanta, GA

Cataracts make you feel like you’re looking at the world through a foggy window and limit your ability to do simple activities. Dr. Leonard Achiron and Dr. David O’Day of Atlanta Vision Cataract and Laser Center in Hapeville, Georgia have made it their mission to help people overcome the limitations their cataracts impose. Cataracts continually worsen the quality of your vision when left untreated. Call Atlanta Vision Cataract and Laser Center today or book an appointment online to receive expert care for your cataracts and get back to seeing clearly.

TECNIS Symfony Lens Q & A

What are cataracts?

Each of your eyes has a natural lens through which light passes on its way to each retina. This lens refracts light from your surroundings and focuses it so that you can see clearly. If this lens becomes damaged or clouded, so too do the images you see.

A cataract refers to the clouding of your typically clear lens. This cloudiness causes blurry vision, which many patients describe as similar to looking through a dusty window.

Though cataracts can develop at any time, ophthalmologists tend to see them most in aging patients, those who have been injured, and those with inherited genetic disorders.

What are the symptoms of cataracts?

While blurred vision tends to be the most obvious indicator of cataracts, there are plenty of symptoms to watch out for,  including:

  • Cloudy, dim vision — especially at night
  • Light sensitivity or strong glares
  • Double vision, typically in one eye
  • Sudden “muting” or yellowing of colors
  • A constant need to change contact lens prescription
  • “Halos” around lights

Is cataract surgery the best treatment option?

If your prescription lenses aren’t cutting it anymore, surgery is your best bet to treat cataracts.

Cataract surgery involves removing your cloudy lens and replacing it with a clear and artificial lens. This new lens will allow you to see the world clearly again.

Known as an intraocular lens — or I-O-L for short — the artificial lens will replace the damaged one. The replacement resembles the natural lenses in your eyes, and you can choose from several different options.

What are my lens choices?

Dr. Achiron and Dr. O’Day are current on the latest advances in I-O-L and offer a wide variety of options to fit your personal health and lifestyle needs:

  • TECNIS® Symfony® IOL: Allows for continuous and crystal-clear vision.
  • TECNIS® Symfony® Toric IOL: Offers stunning and continuous vision with an added bonus of astigmatism correction.
  • TECNIS® Multifocal 1-Piece IOLs: Gives cataract patients clear vision with enhanced focus.
  • TECNIS® Toric 1-Piece IOL: Perfectly enhances distance vision while offering astigmatism correction.
  • TECNIS® Monofocal 1-Piece IOL: Creates excellent and clear distance vision for everyday activities like driving and more.


If you’re tired of not seeing the world clearly, call Atlanta Vision Cataract & Laser Center today or make an appointment online.

This video presents premium lens options and demonstrates vision with a monofocal (basic) IOL vs a multifocal or extended depth of focus (Symfony) IOL

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