Ten years ago, Linda from Kansas City made a decision that would change her life forever. Tired of depending on glasses for even basic daily eyesight, she opted for Custom Lens Replacement (CLR) surgery with Dr. Brinton at Durrie Vision. Fast forward a decade and Linda is still reveling in the joy of 20/20 vision, along with the ability to read small print. Her story is a testament to the transformative power of CLR, and we couldn’t be more excited to celebrate her success.

Custom Lens Replacement is a vision correction option for patients over 50 who suffer from cataracts or presbyopia, sometimes called over-40 vision or short arm syndrome. CLR involves replacing the natural lens of the eye with a prescription lens implant that corrects the patient’s specific refractive error. Unlike traditional cataract surgery, which typically involves replacing the natural lens with a fixed-focus monofocal lens, CLR allows for personalized correction of both distance and near vision, reducing or eliminating the need for glasses and contact lenses.

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For Linda, CLR was a game changer. After years of struggling with poor eyesight, she was finally able to see the world clearly, and without the hassle of corrective lenses. At her most recent checkup, Linda was thrilled to report that her vision was still 20/20 and that she could read 5-point text, which is the font size in a pocket Bible. Her story is a reminder of the longevity and effectiveness of Custom Lens Replacement.

As we celebrate Linda’s success, we are reminded of the countless individuals who have found renewed clarity and freedom through Custom Lens Replacement. To find out if you’re a candidate for vision correction, schedule your Brinton Vision Ocular Analysis today.

Dr. Jason P. Brinton is an internationally recognized specialist in the field of LASIK and refractive surgery. He is a graduate of Harvard College, earned his medical doctorate from the Harvard Medical School and is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology.