Almost everyone who enters their 40"s begins to notice changes in their vision, especially their near vision. This typically signals the onset of Presbyopia, a condition in which the eye exhibits a progressively diminished ability to focus on near objects. As we progress from mid-life into our 60's it is also likely that in addition to Presbyopia, we may also encounter the visual effects caused by the formation of Cataracts, where the natural human crystalline lens begins to cloud or become opaque preventing a clear image from forming on the retina. It is at this visual stage in life that one would consider having cataract surgery. The customers for this product would be refractive and cataract surgeons worldwide and the procedure is exactly like modern day cataract surgery and requires no new surgical skills. By 2018 is estimated that over 22 million cataract procedures will be performed globally and that number will continue to skyrocket as the baby boomers mature.