How does the ICL Work?
The EVO ICL (Implantable Collamer Lens) functions like a contact lens placed inside your eye between the iris (the coloured part of the eye) and the natural lens, where it is invisible to you and from the outside. All we need is 15 minutes to change your life and give you an instant wow experience.
Quick, Painless and Simple.
Top 5 reasons
Great Vision almost instantly!
There is no removal of tissue, resulting in virtually no corneal haze, which means great vision almost instantly.
High range of correction
ICL is able to treat up to -20.0 diopters, while LASIK would not be suitable for high powered patients with limitation of cornea thickness.
Unlike LASIK, no corneal tissue is permanently removed or reshaped during the ICL procedure.
Permanent yet reversible
An important advantage is that while the ICL can permanently correct your vision, it can be removed and/or replaced if necessary.
Advanced technology for not just your treatment, but also the diagnostics and examinations.
The iDESIGN® System uses proven wavefront acquisition and advanced Fourier algorithms to help create an individualized treatment plan for each and every patient. With its five-measurement capture sequence and high-definition sensor, the iDESIGN® System is the guiding force behind the iLASIK® Technology Suite.
The FEMTO LDV Z8 is one of the most versatile femtosecond laser currently on the market offering great flexibility and ultimate precision in Ziemer’s proven compact and mobile design. The integrated OCT enables for truly tailor-made surgery.
The STAR S4 IR® Excimer Laser delivers 100% personalized ablation based on the proven wavefront-guided technology of the iDESIGN® System. Driven by proprietary technology and the versatility to treat a broad range of patients, the STAR S4 IR® Excimer Laser delivers the proven results that provide excellent outcomes for refractive patients.
With over 1 million lenses implanted to date, the latest Phakic IOL by Staar Surgical – the EVO+ continues the evolution in Visual Freedom with an Expanded Optic designed for patients with larger pupils, along with the CentraFLOW Driven by the KS-AquaPORT Technology™, which reduces the risk of an increase of Intraocular Pressure (IOP) and subsequently risking glaucoma – unique only to Staar Surgical Phakic IOLs.
The Quantel Compact Touch STS UBM™ allows the viewing of the entire anterior chamber in one single scan. The anatomy of the anterior chamber can be easily checked and the angle to angle measurement easily performed, allowing for accurate measurements when performing phakic IOL implantations such as the Implantable Contact Lens (ICL).
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Steps of the procedure (ICL)
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