My dad has been long deceased, and I have no idea who his eye doctor was.
I’m sure I can get all the information I need by consulting my eye doctor, who is very knowledgeable and communicates well. I shall tell him that I want the end result to be that I can see all colors true and natural, with no distortions, no off-shades caused by a new lens. He should know what to recommend for achieving that. If a clear lens won’t do it, then whatever type will is what I would go for.
Now, it may not be possible, with any artificial lens, to see all colors true and natural – or it may be possible, indeed. That would be the result I would want.
I do like this ophthalmologist – I’ve been going to him for a long time. So, I shall tell him what I want and see what he can do for me.
Thanks for the info. I didn’t realize a clear lens might not be the best option. I figured clear is clear.