Long-Term Improved Vision? EVO ICL May Be The Answer You’ve Been Looking For
EVO Implantable Collamer® Lens – A LASIK Alternative
EVO is a clinically proven implantable lens that corrects common vision problems such as nearsightedness and nearsightedness with astigmatism, which is the need for distance vision correction. EVO is designed for people who are seeking visual freedom from their glasses or contact lenses and are looking for a different solution to existing vision correction procedures. The EVO procedure is different from other vision correction options, like LASIK, performed by ophthalmologists. EVO is additive; meaning, it is added to the eye and doesn’t remove corneal tissue. The EVO procedure involves implanting (or adding) a biocompatible, flexible lens made from Collamer® into the eye between the iris (colored part of the eye) and the natural lens to correct vision. EVO works in harmony with the natural eye while delivering sharp, clear vision, excellent night vision, built-in UV protection, and does not induce dry eye syndrome. Worldwide, more than 2 million EVO ICL lenses have been implanted.
EVO can permanently correct vision without removing corneal tissue and, if desired, is removable by a doctor for added peace of mind. It gives the patient flexibility for the future while helping to eliminate dependency on glasses and contact lenses now. For more information, visit EVOICL.com.
What are the Benefits of EVO ICL?
EVO ICL offers many benefits for patients who are candidates for the ICL procedure and are seeking a vision solution that allows them the freedom of less dependence on glasses or contact lenses. The advantages of EVO ICL include:
Who is a Candidate for Vision Correction with EVO ICL?
People who want a flexible and biocompatible vision correction option find that EVO ICL is the right procedure for them.
Ideal candidates for EVO ICL:
- Are between the ages of 21 and 45
- Are seeking a vision correction solution for moderate to severe nearsightedness (with or without astigmatism)
- Have a stable prescription that has not changed within the last year
- Have good ocular health with no history of glaucoma, iritis, or diabetic eye disease
Are there any risks with the EVO ICL Procedure?
Any medical procedure has certain risks associated with it. Potential complications of the EVO ICL procedure, although rare, include inflammation, an increase in eye pressure, or the need for an additional procedure, like an ICL exchange. While these potential risks are mitigated as much as possible, they can all typically be addressed early and without long-term side effects.