If you are exploring options that can allow you to experience greater independence from visual aids such as glasses and contact lenses, the EVO ICL may be an excellent option. Our eye doctors at Cheema MD Eye Care are proud to offer the EVO ICL to help patients accomplish this goal.Request a Consultation
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An ICL, or implantable collamer lens, is a type of lens that your eye doctor can place into your eyes to correct nearsightedness or nearsightedness with astigmatism. It is typically made of a soft, flexible material and is inserted through a small incision in the eye.
An ICL is a permanent implant that does not require to be removed or replaced but can be if needed. ICL surgery may be an option for people who are not candidates for certain laser vision correction procedures, like LASIK or PRK.
The procedure is typically performed on an outpatient basis, meaning that you have the procedure, and then you are able to go home the same day. Most people can return to normal activities within a few days of the surgery.
ICL surgery is considered to be a safe and effective way to correct your natural refractive error and improve visual freedom.
The EVO ICL is a type of ICL that offers many benefits and can allow you to be less dependent on visual aids. The EVO is made of a biocompatible material called collamer.
This material is a unique blend of polymer and collagen that is well-tolerated by the eye and has a low risk of causing inflammation or other side effects. Since collamer is highly biocompatible, it is unlikely to be rejected by the body after it is implanted.
The EVO ICL can only correct vision in those who are nearsighted or who have nearsightedness with astigmatism. For this reason, if you have a different type of refractive error, like farsightedness, your eye doctor may recommend an alternative procedure to accomplish your vision goals.
Before you can schedule ICL surgery with the EVO ICL, you must first qualify as a candidate for the procedure. To determine if you are a candidate for the EVO ICL, schedule an evaluation with your eye doctor at Cheema MD Eye Care.Request a Consultation
The only way to know for sure if you are a candidate for the EVO ICL is to visit your eye doctor at Cheema MD Eye Care for an evaluation. In order to determine if you are a good candidate, they will ask you many questions about your health, including any health conditions you have or medications you are currently taking.
In general, a good candidate for the EVO ICL will be someone who has stable vision and is in good overall health. It is typically recommended for people who are at least twenty-one years old and under the age of forty-five.
There are also certain medical conditions or circumstances that cause someone to not be a good candidate for the EVO ICL. For example, people with certain eye conditions may not be good candidates for the procedure.
In addition to gathering information about you and your health, your eye doctor at Cheema MD will also thoroughly evaluate your eyes at your consultation. During this evaluation, they will test your vision, take measurements of your eyes, and perform a complete examination of your eyes using a special microscope.
If you are nearsighted and are in good general health, it is likely that you will be a good candidate for the EVO ICL. Once your eye doctor determines that you are a good candidate for the procedure, you will be able to schedule it right away.
There are numerous benefits to choosing the EVO ICL. First and foremost, it can provide you with improved vision and reduced reliance on visual aids like glasses and contact lenses.
Here are a few more benefits of choosing the EVO ICL for vision correction:
Before ICL surgery with the EVO ICL, your eye doctor will numb the surface of your eyes with drops. You will be awake during the entire procedure, which should take about thirty minutes to complete.
First, your eye surgeon will make a small opening in the cornea, which is the clear dome at the front of your eye. Then, they will insert the EVO ICL and position it properly.
Once in place, the EVO ICL will rest comfortably between your eye’s natural lens and the iris, which is the colored part of your eye. In this spot, it will not be visible to other people when they are looking at you.
After the procedure, your eye doctor may give you some eye drops to help prevent infection and inflammation. It is very important that you use these drops as instructed and not miss any doses.
Most people are able to return to their normal activities within a few days of the procedure, although it may take several weeks or longer for the eye to fully heal.
Some people notice an immediate improvement in their vision right away. For others, it may take a few days for your eyes to adjust and your vision to reach its full potential.