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ICL or Phakic IOL

Are you tired of relying on glasses or contact lenses to correct your vision? If so, we have a solution for you: ICL (Implantable Collamer Lens) or Phakic IOL (Intraocular Lens). These advanced vision correction options can transform your life by providing clear, crisp vision without the hassle of external eyewear. Read on to learn more about ICL and Phakic IOL and discover the benefits they offer.

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    Why Choose ICL or Phakic IOL?

    1. Freedom from Glasses and Contact Lenses:
    2. Bid farewell to the constant struggle of glasses slipping down your nose or contact lenses causing discomfort. With ICL or Phakic IOL, you can enjoy a glasses-free life and experience visual freedom like never before.
    3. Excellent Visual Quality: ICL and Phakic IOL provide exceptional visual quality by correcting a wide range of refractive errors. Whether you have nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism, these advanced lenses can help you achieve clear and sharp vision at various distances.
    4. Enhanced Safety: Both ICL and Phakic IOL have undergone rigorous testing and are approved by regulatory authorities for their safety and effectiveness. These procedures have a proven track record of success, offering peace of mind to patients seeking vision correction.
    5. Reversible and Adjustable:One of the significant advantages of ICL and Phakic IOL is their reversibility. Unlike permanent procedures like LASIK, ICL and Phakic IOL can be removed or adjusted if necessary, providing flexibility and adaptability to your changing visual needs.
    6. Suitable for a Wide Range of Patients:ICL and Phakic IOL are suitable for individuals who may not be eligible for other vision correction procedures like LASIK or PRK. These lenses can be an excellent option for patients with thin corneas or high refractive errors.

    Why Choose Our Clinic?

    At Medilaser, we are committed to providing exceptional vision care and helping our patients achieve their visual goals. Here’s why you can trust us for your ICL or Phakic IOL procedure:
    1. Experienced and Skilled Surgeons:
    2. Our team of highly experienced and skilled surgeons specializes in refractive procedures, including ICL and Phakic IOL. With their expertise and precision, you can rest assured that you are in capable hands.
    3. State-of-the-Art Facilities:
    4. We utilize cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art facilities to ensure the highest standards of safety, accuracy, and comfort throughout your ICL or Phakic IOL journey.
    5. Personalized Treatment Approach:
    6. We understand that every patient is unique, and their vision needs are specific. Our personalized treatment approach ensures that your ICL or Phakic IOL procedure is tailored to your individual requirements, providing optimal results.
    7. Comprehensive Pre and Post-Operative Care:
    8. From the initial consultation to the post-operative recovery period, we provide comprehensive care and support. Our dedicated team will guide you through every step of the process, answering your questions and addressing any concerns you may have.

    Take the Next Step Towards Clear Vision!

    If you’re ready to experience the freedom and convenience of life without glasses or contact lenses, ICL or Phakic IOL may be the perfect solution for you. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and explore how our skilled surgeons can help you achieve the clear, crisp vision you deserve. Say goodbye to visual limitations and embrace a world of limitless possibilities with ICL or Phakic IOL!

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Laser eye surgery is a surgical procedure that uses a laser to reshape the cornea of the eye in order to correct vision problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.

    The actual laser treatment typically takes about five minutes per eye, but you should expect to spend a few hours at the clinic on the day of the procedure, including time for pre-operative preparations and post-operative observation.

    The procedure itself is generally not painful because anesthetic eye drops are used to numb the eyes. However, some patients may experience some discomfort for a few hours following the surgery.

    Most patients can return to work and normal activities within a few days after the surgery, but it can take 3-4 weeks for the eyes to fully heal and for vision to stabilize.

    Although laser eye surgery is generally considered safe, there are some potential risks and complications, including dry eyes, glare, undercorrection or overcorrection. Serious complications like corneal ectasia are extremely rare.

    The ideal candidate for laser eye surgery is someone over the age of 18 ideally 21 yrs with stable vision and refraction and normal corneal topography. However, the suitability of laser eye surgery depends on several factors, including the patient’s eye health, medical history and expectations from surgery

    Laser eye surgery can correct many types of refractive error problems, including nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. However, it may not be suitable for patients with other eye diseases causing poor vision.

    The cost of laser eye surgery varies depending on the type of procedure performed. On average, the cost can range from Rs. 30,000 to Rs. 65,000 per eye.

    Yes, it is possible to repeat laser eye surgery if necessary, although it is rarely needed.

    Frequently Asked Questions

     A trained ophthalmologist will place the IOL through a micro-incision, placing it inside the eye just behind the iris in front of the eye’s natural lens. The IOL is designed not to touch any internal eye structures and stay in place with no special care.

     No, most patients state that they are very comfortable throughout the procedure. Your ophthalmologist will use a topical anesthetic drop prior to the procedure and may choose to administer a light sedative as well.

     Although the IOL is intended to remain in place permanently, an ophthalmologist can remove the implant in a very quick and short procedure.

     No, the IOL is positioned behind the iris (the colored part of the eye), where it is invisible to both you and observers. Only your doctor will be able to tell that vision correction has taken place..

     The IOL is not like a contact lens over the eye. It is placed inside the eye and cannot be felt.

     No, it does not interfere with cataract surgery measurements. It is easily removed during cataract surgery along with the cataract and an entirely new lens is put in place of the cataract.

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