See the world clearly again

20 April 2017

Spire Cheshire Hospital is pleased to offer the TECNIS® Symfony Extended Range of Vision Intraocular lenses (IOL), which mimic the workings of a youthful eye and are capable of delivering a ‘glasses free’ lifestyle. The extended range of vision is noticeable within days of the procedure.

TECNIS® Symfony IOL correct all types of vision problems at once. They are inserted in a simple operation, providing you with high spectacle independence at far, intermediate and near distances in all lighting conditions. 


TECNIS® Symfony Intraocular lenses can help if you are experiencing vision changes and problems due to some of the eye conditions listed below:

Cataracts are very common and are a natural part of the ageing process. Over time your vision will have become hazier, blurred, or faded in colour. This is the result of your cataract.

Presbyopia is a very common result of ageing once you turn 40 or so. You find it difficult to switch from one focal point to another and you may find it difficult to read or see close objects.

Astigmatism is very common disorder that can cause blurred or distorted vision, particularly if you are near sighted.

If you’re looking for a way to eliminate your glasses, TECNIS® Symfony Intraocular lenses may be the solution for you. 


Mr Marsel Bregu, consultant ophthalmologist offers the TECNIS® Symfony Extended Range of Vision IOL at Spire Cheshire Hospital. For more information please call 01925 215 029 or email

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