Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL)
For people who suffer from nearsightedness (myopia), Visian ICL could be the choice for you.
For people who suffer from nearsightedness (myopia), Visian ICL could be the choice for you. The Collamer base of the lens material is biocompatible, meaning it is designed to function in harmony with your natural eye. Now, over 800,000 patients have corrected their vision with ICL with a 99% satisfaction rate.
Many vision correction procedures promise an improved level of vision, but few vision correction options offer the quality and features found with the Visian ICL.
Implantable Collamer Lens
- Does not induce dry eye syndrome
- Sharp, Clear Vision
- Excellent Night Vision
- Great for those with thin corneas
- UV protection built into the biocompatible lenses;
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Removability for Your Peace of Mind
Visian ICL has been approved in Europe since 1997 and in the U.S. since 2005.
The advantage of the Visian ICL is that it can permanently correct your vision, yet no natural tissue is removed in any way during the procedure. If for the unlikely reason you need or wish to remove your Visian ICLs in the future, your doctor can accommodate you.
Also, fast recovery time -typically a quick, 20-30 minute or less procedure and most people are able to resume daily activities in just a few short days with clearer vision
How Visian ICL Works
Visian ICL is an implantable collamer lens, and unlike traditional contact lenses that go on the surface of the eye, is positioned inside the eye. BVA’s eye surgeons will place the lens between the iris (colored part of the eye) and the natural lens.
The Visian ICL lens uses advanced lens materials to work with your natural eye. The material is biocompatible with the eye meaning it will not be seen as a foreign object to the body.
Life with ICL
ICL can change your life. Join over 800,000 patients who have been implanted with Visian ICL.
ICL is not for everyone and other corrections for nearsightedness should be considered, but those who qualify can free themselves from glasses and contacts.