Thank you to all for commenting.
I'll respond, In the chronological order of posts, to those whose information was of value to me.
1. waton - I have no information yet as to what type of lens I will be offered. I understand it is likely to be an implant with two focal lengths, but I guess I will find out if I have a choice at the pre-op meeting with the hospital.
2. LongHairGal - That's what I really wanted to be sure of, that the results will be OK.
3. Nathan Natas - Good! I'm hoping that my left eye will have an excellent result also. And, No! I will not travel to Cuba for this work. As I understand it, the Sydney Public Hospital that I've been referred to, will do the procedure for free. So far, all the work is free, from an initial consultation with my usual medical centre when I found left eye was seeing a blurred image. to the the three hours of tests at Sydney eye hospital to make sure there was not other complications, etc have been free.That's because the government-owned universal Health Insurance scheme pays for these procedures. I guess some would call that socialism. I just see it as a government owned business. But for those who are curious, it usually works as well as if it was owned by an individual or a company. Generally in Australia, the best hospitals are owned by the government, Although, the university from which I recently graduated, owns a so-called 'private' hospital.
Tantalon - That's interesting, I'll ask about this possible warm tone/cool tone differentation when my turn comes.