World's Latest Intra Ocular Lenses
Monofocal Aspheric IOLs
Monofocal Foldable lenses can be biconvex and aspheric in design. Aspheric foldable IOLs reduce spherical aberration, improve functional vision and improve performance in a night-driving.
A standard monofocal IOL is a fixed lens (it doesn't move). It is designed to deliver improved vision at just one distance (usually far). The potential drawback is that after surgery, you will probably need to wear glasses for near and intermediate vision, even if you didn't wear glasses before surgery.
MIL Akreos AO (microincision lens, model MI 60)
These aspheric foldable IOL is an award winning lens manufactured by Bausch & Lomb (Rochester, NY). The Akreos AO micro-incision lens, model MI60, is an intraocular lens intended to replace the human crystalline lens during cataract surgery. The model MI60 is designed for insertion using advanced sub-2-mm microincision cataract surgery. It is capable of being introduced through a 1.6-1.8 mm incision. Thus it is probably the only truly Zero abberated lens to go through the smallest incision in the world.
The advantages are extremely clear vision with the best possible colour and light contrast and speediest recovery. The surgeons at DIVA have the highest/longest experience of using this lens till date in the country and the Asia-Pacific region.
Toric Monofocal IOLs
The corneal curvature may be different in various degrees of axis. One axis meridian may be steeper or flatter than the other. These common irregularities are called "corneal astigmatism". It causes blurred or distorted vision because light rays are not focused at one spot to provide clear vision. It is in these eyes that we have to give cylindrical numbers. Even after implanting an IOL we will have to wear cylindrical glasses after surgery. Toric IOLs are designed to correct the cylindrical power (Astigmatism), also preventing to need wear glasses for distance and providing excellent visual clarity. With the Combined Benefits of Toricity and Asphericity, the Toric IOL truly offers the best of both worlds.
Earlier we had to perform another surgical procedure to correct the corneal astigmatism such as astigmatic keratotomy, limbal relaxing incision, Lasik etc. The Toric IOL alleviates the need for such secondary procedures; minimizing the need of glasses or contact lens for distance vision.
Multifocal IOLs are specifically for patients who do not want to wear glasses. There are three types of visions - distant (44 inches to infinity), intermediate (upto 14 to 44 inches) and near vision (between 14 to16 inches).Multifocal IOLs are used to correct distance and near vision. A multifocal lens uses multiple visual zones that are built into the lens itself to provide vision at various distances. These can be compared to the rings of a target, with some rings being dedicated to distance vision, and others for near vision. The result is similar to having a bifocal or trifocal lens inside the eye. A multifocal IOL projects multiple images, requiring your brain to adjust to the differences. Some patients have difficulty adjusting to seeing this way. Additionally, intermediate vision (at arm's length) can be compromised because the technology is designed mainly for near and distance vision, at the exclusion of intermediate vision. With multifocal IOLs, patients can have potential issues of glare and halos especially when driving at night.
For many who wear glasses or contact lenses the multifocal lens could mean independence from these. The multifocal lens not only treats presbyopia and cataracts, but it also turns back the clock to restore much of your ability to see up close, and at distance, in both bright light and low light situations.
There are distinct benefits with multifocal IOLs of not having to wear or minimizing the ned to wear glasses for distances or at near, but we have to take the following factors into consideration
- When Multifocal IOL is implanted in one eye, the other eye also has to have one implanted as soon as possible to get desired and good results.
- There is a slight decrease in slight contrast sensitivity(theoretically) but it is never noticed by patients
- Due to design of multifocal iol ( having rings) , one sees halos around light at night. But due to phenomenon of neuro adaptation one gets adjusted within a month and usually does not bother.
- There is an additional cost in using multifocal IOLs
- These surgery is not suited to finicky , fussy patients who have lawyer type personalities.
INFINITI® Vision System
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Toric Multifocal IOLs
Toric Multifocal IOLs are used in patients who have corneal astigmatism. These lenses are designed to correct distant, near vision and corneal irregularities (astigmatism). True Performance at All Distances, for Exceptional Near and Distance Vision.
As the name implies, an accommodating lens "flexes" or "accommodates" using the eyes natural muscles to focus on subjects at various distances, delivering a fuller, more natural range of vision. Crystalens is the one and only FDA-approved accommodating lens available in the United States. Many patients hardly if ever wear glasses after surgery. More than twice the number of patients implanted with Crystalens could see at all distances compared to a standard IOL.
Crystalens not only treats your cataracts (a clouding or hardening of your lens), but can also reduce or eliminate your dependence on glasses. It does so by recreating accommodation similar to your eye's natural lens. The unique Crystalens can reduce or eliminate glasses for most activities, including: reading a book, working on the computer, and driving a car.
Crystalens was modeled after the human eye. Like the natural lens, it uses the eye muscle to flex and accommodate in order to focus on objects in the environment at all distances. Crystalens dynamically adjusts to your visual needs, just like a young person's eye.
- The first and only FDA-approved accommodating intraocular lens
- The only FDA-approved intraocular lens that uses the natural focusing ability of the eye
- The only FDA-approved presbyopia correcting IOL for cataract patients that provides a single focal point throughout a continuous range of vision
- Few patients with Crystalens have experienced problems with glare, halos and night vision. Crystalens focuses only one image to the back of the eye, unlike a multifocal lens that projects multiple images, requiring your brain to "adjust" to the differences
Provides a Broad Range of Vision: Crystalens moves and changes shape using the eye's natural focusing mechanism, instead of remaining fixed and stationary within the eye. This movement, or accommodation, allows the eye to focus on objects across a broad range of distances to reduce or eliminate dependence on glasses. In particular, this accommodation provides significant advantages in addressing intermediate vision.
Maintains Clarity of Vision: Unlike multifocal lenses, Crystalens directs all available light received by the eye to a single focal point, comparable to that of a healthy natural lens.
Patient Adjustment Not Required: Crystalens produces a single image consistent with normal vision, meaning patients do not need to neuroadapt to viewing multiple images. Patients also do not need to tolerate or adjust to high levels of halos and glare often associated with multifocal IOLs.
ANIRIDIA IOLsunique solution for the correction of aniridia as well as iris coloboma. Coloured body and haptics and additional optical correction are available for scleral, sulcus and capsular bag fxation.
Scleral Fixation IOLs: These IOLs are for Aphakic eye
Special IOL's for different pathologies of the eye.
Glued IOL - DEI (Diva Eye Instailed) was done pioneers work in glued IOL's.These IOL's are used in complicated situation where the naturas lense in dislocated fallen behind in vitrous etc.
Here insted of the IOL,it is glued and there patient do that have to were double powerd + Glasses (+10.0 D•)