About EVO ICL
EVO ICL, also known as the Implantable Collamer Lens, is a type of refractive procedure to help correct the most common visual problem, myopia. Simply put, EVO ICL is a removable lens implant that is an attractive alternative to LASIK and other refractive procedures.
THE EVO ICL PROCEDURE
Proven Performance, Outstanding Outcomes
99.4% of patients would have the EVO ICL procedure again
2,000,000 + ICLs worldwide
24+ years of premium ICL performance
Why People Choose EVO ICL?
Sharp, Clear Vision
Superb Results. 99.4% of patients would have ICL procedure again.
Excellent Night Vision. Many patients achieve excellent night vision with Visian ICL.4
Quick Results. Often times, patients can achieve improved vision immediately following procedure.
Great for Thin Corneas. Many patients are excluded from other forms of vision correction because of thin corneas, but not with EVO ICL.
Great for High Near-sightedness. Visian ICL is able to correct and reduce near-sightedness (myopia) of up to -20D.
Compare ICL and LASER procedure for Spectacles Removal
When you compare EVO ICL with other laser vision correction procedures the difference is clear.
No Dry Eye Syndrome
Only EVO ICL ’s proprietary lenses are made of biocompatible Collamer. That means our lens material works in harmony with the natural chemistry of your eye and body.
A Removable Option
Should your prescription update or if other vision needs arise, if you and your doctor decide, your doctor can simply remove our lens.
Quick Procedure & Recovery
Most procedures are completed within 20-30 minutes or less. With a minimally invasive procedure, many achieve improved vision nearly immediately.
Easy 10-20 Minute Procedure
Before you schedule your ICL appointment your doctor will perform a series of standard tests to measure your eye’s unique characteristics for the procedure. If you are farsighted, your doctor may recommend or schedule an additional pre-op procedure.
EVO ICL is placed behind the iris and in front of the eye’s natural lens so it’s undetectable to any observers. Only a trained doctor using special instrumentation will be able to tell that vision correction has taken place.
Over the past 20 years, ICLs have been implanted in over 1,000,000 eyes worldwide.
Of patients having the EVO ICL procedure, 99.4% would choose to have the EVO ICL procedure again.
Yes! The EVO ICL offers treatment flexibility.If your vision changes dramatically, the lens can be removed.
The EVO ICL is designed to stay in your eye permanently but can be removed to keep pace with advancing technology and your future needs.
No, the EVO ICL is inserted gently in the eye with no removal of corneal tissue.
The EVO ICL avoids such problems experienced with traditional contact lenses. It is designed to remain in place inside the eye, without maintenance. A routine, annual visit with an eye doctor is recommended to make sure everything remains safe and effective.
EVO ICL functions to focus light properly back onto the retina in a similar way glasses and contact lenses do. The EVO ICL is placed into a space of the eye directly behind the iris (the coloured part of the eye) and in front of the natural lens. In this position, the EVO ICL functions to focus light properly onto the retina helping create clear distance vision.
*ICL lenses intended to treat farsightedness are not EVO and require two additional tiny opening in the coloured portion of your eyes to ensure there is proper fluid flow after the ICL is implanted.
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