Presbyopic Lens Exchange (PRELEX) is a refractive eye procedure in which the natural lens of the eye is replaced with an artificial lens that corrects presbyopia. It’s the same sort of procedure as is done for people with cataracts, where the natural lens has clouded up, and is replaced by an artificial lens such as ReSTOR®.
PRELEX is a good choice if:
Advantages of PRELEX
Almost all people who have PRELEX will need no glasses for distance vision. Most will need none for reading either. Cataracts are prevented, as they cannot form in an artificial lens.
The only sure way to know if you are a candidate for PRELEX is to have a full examination from an ophthalmologist. He or she will determine the best procedure available to correct your vision.
If you’ve been told that you are not a candidate for LASIK, contact the Khanna Institute today and find out if there are other procedures, such as Prelex, that can correct your vision!
***Dr. Khanna recently published an e-book online about PRELEX. To read his book, visit www.prelexbook.com.