Cataract surgery involves replacing the cloudy natural lens in your eye with a clear, intraocular lens or IOL. These IOLs allow you to see clearly at near or distance but not both. This is because conventional IOLs only have a single focus. With the advancement in intraocular lens design patients can now elect to have accommodative IOLs. Accommodative IOLs work with your eye's muscles to alter focus by flexing the lens. A small forward movement of the accommodative IOL improves near vision. Conversely, as the eye's muscles relax the lens moves back to make distance vision clear. Reinstate your vision for near, intermediate and distance vision with Accommodative IOLs.