The multifocal lens is characterized by the special feature of enabling both near and far vision at the same time and defines itself as a special intraocular lens.
Monofocal lenses: as the name suggests, these are single-focal lenses that are used for long-distance vision, but glasses are required for close-up vision.
Bifocal lenses: This allows both near and far vision without glasses, but the distance between 40 cm and 2 meters cannot be seen.
Trifocal Lenses: Offer precise solutions as these are triple focused lenses. It is possible to see without distance limitations (40cm - 2 meters).
Another distinctive feature of these lenses is their ability to protect the eye from the sun's harmful rays and age-related diseases. Trifocal lenses are used in people aged 50 and older who have cataracts. In exceptional cases, laser treatments such as Lasik are not suitable for some patients over 40 years of age. If they do not want to use near and far vision glasses, cataract surgery can be performed if near vision deteriorates before a cataract forms.