INCISE® Intraocular Lens combines the latest technical optical innovation of implantation through a 1.4mm micro incision (wound assisted) with the benefits of the MICS procedure.
Standard spherical IOLs induce aberrations too, called spherical aberrations. The MICS INCISE® IOL is a lens without these imperfections is known as an aspheric aberration-free IOL 1 (put reference number 1 in superscript)
The INCISE® IOL is designed to reduce visual disturbances to give high definition and high resolution vision, with increased contrast sensitivity
Key Features & Benefits
Sharp Vision–Designed for maximum stability1 to help maintain sharp, vision over time2 (put reference numbers in superscript)
Predictable Visual Outcomes–Rapid visual recovery3 with excellent and predictable visual outcomes1(put reference numbers in superscript)
–Limits light related problems such as halos and glare4
–Gives high resolution vision4
–Scratch resistant1 (put reference numbers in superscript)
Contrast Sensitivity–Advanced optics in INCISE® lens provides enhanced contrast sensitivity1(put reference number 1 in superscript)
Progress in cataract surgery
Cataracts are treated by surgically removing the cataractous natural lens and implanting an artificial replacement called an intraocular lens (IOL). Recent advances in the cataract surgery procedure have gradually reduced the size of the incisions needed for surgery from 12mm to 1.4mm, making it less invasive and safer for patients
INCISE® IOL is indicated for primary implantation for the visual correction of aphakia in adult patients in whom the cataractous lens has been removed. The lens is intended for placement in the capsular bag.
Please refer to DFU for further information.
- Data on File. Bausch + Lomb.
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- Alió et al. Microincisional Lens Surgery; in Thomas K, Koch D (eds.) Cataract and Refractive Surgery 2009.
- Data on File. Bausch + Lomb. TLS-R-148-RevA.
- Data on File. Bausch + Lomb. Nanavaty MA et al. J Cataract Refract Surg 2008;34:677–686, Imaging and Evaluation of 1.4 IOL St Thomas’ Hospital Anish Dhital, David Spalton, Jimmy Boyce.