We can correct vision defects with many surgical methods. The first choice is laser vision correction, but sometimes this type of surgery, for various medical reasons, is not recommended. Sometimes during the qualifying visit, the doctor determines that the patient does not qualify for laser vision correction by any known method. There can be many reasons for this, but the most common problem is that the cornea is too thin or the vision defect is too large.
The alternatives are two other surgical methods – implantation of an ICL lens under the iris, or refractive replacement of the intraocular lens. Sign up for an appointment
Refractive lens replacement is a procedure to remove the natural lens and implant an artificial lens. The purpose of such surgery is to correct a vision defect that cannot be corrected by laser. The refractive lens replacement procedure allows the removal of basically all refractive defects, technically similar to cataract removal surgery. By opting for refractive replacement with PREMIUM lenses – you say goodbye to glasses. And in a nutshell, it’s nothing more than replacing your old lens with a new one – one without defects.
The key condition is the age of the patient, the patient must be at least 50 years old. In addition to the correction of myopia, astigmatism, or hyperopia, we also correct presbyopia, or presbyopia, in this way, which results from the natural turn of life, our eyes get older, and with time we lose the ability to perform daily activities without problems. Refractive lens replacement, during which we implant an intraocular lens that can also correct this presbyopia, allows us to see at a distance as well as near without the need for spectacle correction.
The procedure itself is technically and technologically very complicated. At our clinic, it is performed with the highest quality equipment, but above all, we value the experience, skill, and efficiency of our doctor-surgeons.
Along with preparing the patient and performing the procedure, the whole process takes little time. We don’t have to stress over an operation that lasts for hours. Rather, we are talking about a process that lasts a quarter or a dozen minutes. The procedure is part of the long-term work that is done on the patient, including the patient’s qualifying examination, and the process of selecting the implant to be used.
The selection of the lens is done in close consultation with the patient and depends on the patient’s way of life, habits, nature of work, or passions. Based on such data, our specialists recommend the best lens for the patient.
"Ms. Agnieszka now sees perfectly and enjoys her new, perfect eyesight daily. As she says herself, she recommends the procedure to anyone"
"The doctor drove away my doubts during the qualifying visit. After the procedure, my life is more comfortable."
"The doctor dispelled my doubts during the qualifying visit. After the procedure, my life is more comfortable."