Introducing our newest progressive trifocal lens

The Truly Progressive Multifocal

Traditional standards for visual outcomes are no longer considered adequate for the active life-styles of today. For more than 15 years, IMT has been quietly and confidently working on new optical systems that we believe will set the standards for others to follow.

IMT is once again leading the way with DIFFRACx™ Trifocal, the World’s first “TRUE” Progressive Multi-focal IOL, using “diffractive” optics and IMT’s newest product release into the world of advanced optical systems.

3 Distances

DIFFRACx™ Trifocal uses the brains superior awareness to detail to its advantage. The theory behind the normal diffractive optical system is to supply sharp, crisp images for the brain to sort, allowing for clear distance vision, mid-range vision and near vision.

DIFFRACx Trifocal

Competitive Advantage

Other IOL manufacturer’s multi-focal lenses have concentric circles or lines that dilute the image and blur the crispness of the image.  Unlike our competition concentric circle technique, IMT has manufactured the DIFFRACx™ Trifocal as a “TRUE” progressive without LINES or RIDGES that absorb valuable light waves and induce sparkles, halos, and glare (especially at twilight or dusk).

See the Difference

Don’t believe that IMT’s progressive multifocals are significantly better in quality than competing brands? Take a look for yourself at our side by side product comparison under a microscope. 

When fully hydrated and polished, the human eye will not notice the 8 different zones refracting light to 8 unique focal points in IMT’s DIFFRACx™. The zones are barely noticeable, even under a microscope, which is a primary factor that prevents halos, sparkles or glare as seen in the ridged zones of competitors.



Advancing Tri-focal Techniques

Traditional trifocal apodization techniques apply a 16+ line step down technique, where there are “actual lines” that step down at each optical zone. That is 16+ visible lines that light need to pass through. As a result, this linear step-down technique causes the most common complaints of multi-focal implants: halos, glare, and sparkles.


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