Seeing Things Differently
Cheryl relies on her vision every day. But recently, she noticed it was holding her back from living the life she wanted.
“I hadn’t realized how slowly this sort of sepia or soft brown color had come over my vision.”
Struggles on the Set
“I couldn’t see the scripts. I couldn’t read them. It was so frustrating.”
Confusion on the Golf Course
“I’d hit a great shot. It would feel really good. But I just couldn’t tell where the ball went.”
Cheryl wanted vision that was sharp, vivid, and complete. So she chose the PanOptix® Lens.
“If I could tell people one thing about cataracts, I would say that you have no idea what a bright beautiful world there is out there. And my PanOptix® Lenses have given it back to me.”
An Opportunity for More
PanOptimism means never having to compromise because of poor vision. Cheryl plays many roles, and she knew she wanted to see the big, bold life all around her. That’s why she opted for the lens that would give her a full range of vision, opening up all the possibilities for her every day.
“One of my favorite things is to look on my phone at pictures of my grandkids.”
“If I want to hop in the car and go to a restaurant in San Antonio, I’m very confident now.”
“I can see the dogs playing outside!”
See Life Confidently
Cheryl has rediscovered the vision she loves. It’s clear why Cheryl and so many others are happy with their choice.
In a clinical study, 129 patients were asked about their experience with the PanOptix® Lens.
99% of people with the PanOptix® Lens would choose the same lens again.1
98% of people with the PanOptix® Lens would recommend it to family and friends.1
“Every day, I wake up and feel free.
I seize life without cataracts.”
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