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Yes. That sounds like an excellent plan and it tells me that you are in the hands of a well trained and experienced eye surgeon.
Since your vision will be very, very blurry once your lens is removed you should be able to use bifocals,or even single vision
(this probably would be easier, if less convenient) without much problem.
If the blurry field of view from your, now aphakic, eye is a problem you could just wear a patch if needed.
Does this make sense to you?
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I wish you the very best and a rapid recovery to full vision in both eyes. Have a good weekend.