Our centre takes pride in offering our patients a complete selection of vision correction procedures that may be adjusted to their particular eyesight and achieve the finest results possible.
The Implantable Contact Lens (ICL) is a typical treatment option at our clinic for patients with moderate to severe myopia (nearsightedness).
Implantable Collamer Lens
Collamer (a sophisticated, biocompatible lens material) is put into the eye under the iris in front of the conventional lens to form an extremely thin, soft, flexible lens. The Visian ICL is so thin that it may be inserted into the eye without sutures through a small incision.
The lens works like an inner contact lens, instantaneously and permanently correcting vision. It’s ideal for patients with moderate to severe myopia or nearsightedness, and it’s a fantastic alternative to LASIK for these people, often offering better visual results than ordinary glasses or contacts.
The lens complements the eye since it is made of collagen, a naturally occurring protein. Even yet, if any problems emerge, the lens may be easily removed at any time with few effects.
The lens needs no maintenance and is intended to remain in place as long as you are satisfied with your vision. If your vision changes or you wish to have them removed at any point, the procedure is easy and does not impair your vision in any way.
Thin Corneas: The cornea is the bent part of the front surface of the eye. The Visian ICL has no effect on the cornea, thus it may be appropriate if your corneas are thin.
Dry Eyes: Visian ICL has really no effect on dry eyes and does not induce them.
Extreme Refractive Error: Visual acuity in the eye’s focusing of light is a frequent cause of poor eyesight. Visual acuity in the eye’s focusing of light is a typical cause of poor visual field. Patients with mild to severe complex refractive errors, as well as those seeking clear vision, may be suitable candidates for the Visian ICL.
It is a 5 to 10-minute day-care procedure. Throughout the procedure, anesthetic eye drops will be used to anesthetize your eyes. Your surgeon will place the lens into your eye through a tiny, self-sealing incision. There is little to no pain, and the advantages are immediately apparent.