An Accommodating Lens moves and changes shape using the eye's natural focusing mechanism,
instead of remaining fixed and stationary. The lens is designed to allow the optic, or the central circular
part of the lens that you see through, to move back and forth as you constantly change focus on images around
you. The lens "flexes" or "accommodates" using the eyes natural muscles to focus on objects, allowing the eye
to focus more naturally at a greater range of distances than Monofocal Lenses.
Accommodating Lenses can reduce or eliminate your dependence on glasses.