Stop wearing glasses with Evo Visian ICL technology

Stop wearing glasses with Evo Visian ICL technology

How do ICLs work?
ICL lenses (Implantable Collamer Lenses) are placed directly behind the iris (the colored part of the eye) and in front of the lens. In this way they focus the light correctly on the retina, which helps to create a clear vision in the distance.

Are people happy with the EVO Visian ICL? Of the patients who were exposed to the implantation of the EVO Visian ICL, 99.4% would undergo surgery again.

What is the history of the ICL?
Over the past 20 years, more than
1,000,000 ICLs worldwide.

Can EVO Visian ICLs be removed if my prescription changes?
Yes! EVO Visian ICLs offer great therapeutic flexibility. If your prescription changes significantly, the lens can be removed.

How long can EVO Visian ICL stay in the eye?
EVO Visian ICLs are designed to remain in the eye permanently. However, they can be mined to keep up with the advancement of technology and your future needs.

Is tissue removed from the eye during the procedure?
No. EVO Visian ICLs are gently inserted into the eye, without having to remove corneal tissue.

Can EVO Visian ICL, like contact lenses, get dry or dirty?
EVO Visian ICLs prevent the problems experienced with traditional contact lenses. These are designed to stay in the eye, without requiring maintenance. It is recommended that you visit the ophthalmologist once a year to ensure that the lens remains safe and effective.

Why choose EVO Visian ICL?
EVO Visian ICLs are manufactured from Biocompatible Collamer, a proprietary material used exclusively by STAAR Surgical. This material contains collagen, an element that the body generates naturally.

The colamer from which EVO Visian ICLs are made has unique characteristics, such as UV protection, making it an ideal material for refractive error correction lenses.

 

Enjoy a life of visual freedom

The eyes help us to observe the natural beauty of the world around us.
Glasses and contact lenses can limit those seeking visual freedom. If you're ready to break free from the visual limitations of glasses and contact lenses, check out the EVO VisianICL - Evolution in Visual Freedom.

STAAR Surgical implantable contact lenses, also known as implantable colamer contact lenses (Collamer®), correct common refractive errors such as nearsightedness, astigmatism, or farsightedness.

EVO Visian ICLs are soft, flexible lenses that are placed in the eye, between the iris (the colored part of the eye) and the lens.

EVO Visian ICLs can be classi fi ed as an additive refractive error correction method. Unlike what happens in other interventions, for the placement of EVO Visian ICL, it is not necessary to remove tissue from the cornea; the lens conforms naturally to the eyes to provide an exceptional view.

I LIVED THE EXPERIENCE OF BEING ABLE TO OBSERVE EVERY DETAIL

Great results.

99.4% of patients would reposition ICLs again. They are designed to give you maximum comfort.

Excellent night vision. The quality of night vision is a differential feature with respect to other refractive techniques.

Quick results.

Often times, patients can achieve their best visual acuity immediately after surgery.

Indicated in patients with thin corneas.

Unlike what happens in other interventions for the placement of ICLs, it is not necessary to remove tissue from the cornea. Refractive laser procedures remove corneal tissue so they cannot be used in patients with thin corneas.
Treats a wide variety.

ICLs can correct myopia up to -18D, hyperopia up to + 10.0D and up to +6.0. of astigmatism.

Who are candidates for ICL?

PATIENTS OVER 21 YEARS OLD
PATIENTS WITH MYOPIA (-0.5D TO-18D}
PATIENTS WITH HYPERMETROPIA (+ 0.5D TO + 10.0D)
PATIENTS WITH ASTIGMATISM BETWEEN 0.5 AND 6.0 D
THEY SHOULD HAVE NO CHANGE IN THEIR GRADUATION OF MORE THAN 0.5D IN ONE YEAR
PATIENTS LOOKING FOR A PROCEDURE THAT DOES NOT PRODUCE DRY EYE
PATIENTS WITH THIN CORNES
POST KERATOCONO PATIENTS

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