No more glases
No more reading-glases

Trifocal / multifocal lenses

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Trifocals, EDOFs and Multifocals

From age 40 on there are days when you can’t see close-up things that well anymore and you have to hold things further away. This increases with age until you need to wear reading-glasses. This is the case for everybody. Implantation of a Trifocal-, EDOF or Multifocal-lens can solve the problem.

This is a way for you to get rid of glases for good. We use only FDO approved lenses and the Catalys Precision-Femtosecond-laser to do these treatments.

Patients are very satisfied with the new generation of MFL and EDOF lenses

Prof. Dr. med. Frank Schlichtenbrede
Owner and Medical Director of the AOZ Heidelberg

Many good reasons to choose AOZ Heidelberg

Board certified medical doctors and surgeons

At the AOZ Heidelberg all medical doctors and surgeons are specialists in their respective fields.
Many good reasons

Experience meets continued medical education

All doctors at AOZ Heidelberg have a summarized professional experience of over 50 years. Permanent training and continued medical education ensure updated medical expertise.
Many good reasons

Quality and Service

Our goal ist o provide utmost service and quality for our patients.
Many good reasons

Procedures & Technology

Worldwide recognized technologies, medical equipment of renown brand producers and the use of premium products reflect our continued quest for quality.
Many good reasons

Pro MFL and Trifocal

Never wear glasses again

The lens stays in your eye for the rest of your life.

No cataract anymore

You will never need a cataract surgery.

Painless and comfortable procedure

By using a Femto-Secondlaser an experienced surgeon can do the treatment in only minutes.

Premium lenses from renown producers

We use certifierd lenses from ZEISS and Johnson & Johnson.

Crisp vision with reading, doing PC work or driving

Recovery is fast and you will be able to work in no time.

Close-up – 0,3 m

intermediate – 0,6 m

distance – 5,0 m

Course of a treatment

To start out it’s best to have a free evaluation at the AOZ Heidelberg to find out, if you are a candidate and what lens would suit your lifestyle best. Plan to be with us for 1 hour.

Prior to surgery you will have a very extended eye-exam with us. You should not wear soft contactlenses 1 week before the exam and hard contacts 2 weeks before the exam. Plan to be with us for 2 hours.
Surgery will be on 2 separate, but consecutive days.

On the day of surgery you will see an anesthesiologist prior to surgery, who will accompany you through your surgery. After thorough disinfection and draping of your eye the treatment will be done.
Surgery takes approx. 15 min, you will receive a bandage on your eye and relax in our post-op suites. Whenever you are ready you can leave for home.

Next day you will have your first follow-up and the treatment of you second eye.
Further follow-ups are on day 3, after 1 week and after 1 month. We provide all medication and give you detailed instructions.


Best recommendations – how others rank us

Dr. Schiltenwolf, Dr. Volz, Prof. Dr. Schlichtenbrede, Dr. Schilling

Our knowledge – your advantage

Dr. Rainer Volz is a specialist in intraocular surgery and has performed thousands of intraocular and refractive surgeries. Prof. Dr. Frank Schlichtenbrede specializes in the anterior and posterior segment of the eye. Dr. Jaron Schilling is our Topsurgeon for PRESBYOND Laser Blended Vision, SMILE and LASIK. Dr. Christiane Schiltenwolf is our expert for conservative ophthalmology.
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The test
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Fees & financing
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Eye laser consultation
Sign up for your individual & free consultation appointment and find out if you are a candidate for laser-vision-correction
How to continue?

4 steps to get rid of your glasses and contacts

1. Individual Evaluation Appointment
2. Work-up Exam
3. Treatment Procedure
4. Post-op Care
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