Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) In St George UT & Mesquite NV

Refractive Lens Exchange

What Is Refractive Lens Exchange?

Refractive Lens Exchange is a procedure in which Dr. Richens would remove your natural lens and replace it with a Intraocular Lens Implant. This is typically for patients that are 45 years of age or older who would like to reduce their dependence on glasses or contact lenses.

The reason you may choose this procedure over iLASIK or the Visian ICL is that the lens implants you select can be multi-focal, providing better vision for distance, intermediate and near vision. There are various multi-focal lens options available and we are here to help you determine which would best fit your lifestyle.

If you are interested in Refractive Lens Exchange in St George UTMesquite NV and surrounding areas, contact Richens Eye Center today to schedule an appointment.

Richens Eye Center proudly provides patients from St George, UT and Mesquite, NV with Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE). Contact us at our St George locations at (435) 986-2020 and (435) 628-1112, or our Mesquite location at (702) 346-2950. You can also fill out our Request An Appointment form.

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