Implantable Contact lenses

Implantable Contact Lenses can truly transform people’s lives. Implantable Lenses are implanted in the eye and is deemed as a permanent procedure. The remarkable thing of these procedures is that it can virtually change severe near sightedness to perfect vision! Yes people that were deemed legally blind have had the procedure done and now they have perfect vision.

How does Implantable Contact Lenses work?

  • In short; it’s a small contact lens that is placed inside the eye, instead of on the surface of the eye, to correct near sightedness.
  • A small incision is made in the eye and the inflatable lens is then inserted and inflated.
  • It’s a 10 minute procedure for each eye
  • The eye heals in approximately 10 days

Implantable Contact Lenses help people achieve lifelong dreams that they never could have achieved due to their vision impairment. Some people are never able to pursue careers like becoming a State Trooper, as you need nearly perfect vision to qualify. Implantable Contact Lenses overcomes that barrier and make it possible for individuals in these situations.

ICL is a premium vision correction option, it is mainly used in cases where Lasic surgery cannot be performed as the patients suffer from severe myopia or the cornea is to thin for Laser surgery to correct.

Advantages of ICL (Implantable Contact Lenses):

  • Less night time glare
  • Higher definition vision

After the surgery a post operative inspection is conducted in which the vision in each eye is checked, and the pressure in each eye is also checked. Implantable Contact Lenses are not recommended for everyone, and these procedures should only be performed by qualified eye surgeons.

Anyone wishing to have this procedure done should take note of the risks involved with Implantable Contact Lenses.

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10/7/2009 6:59:47 PM Robbie kim