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ICL Surgery

ICL Surgery

ICL Surgery

ICL (Implantable Collamer Lens) surgery is a type of refractive surgery used to correct vision and reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses. Unlike laser eye surgeries such as LASIK or PRK, ICL surgery does not involve reshaping the cornea. Instead, it involves implanting a thin, prescription lens inside the eye.

As with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks and complications associated with ICL surgery. These may include infection, elevated intraocular pressure, and nighttime glare. Patients should carefully follow postoperative care instructions and attend regular follow-up appointments to monitor their eye health.

It’s important to note that while ICL surgery can provide excellent results for many patients, it may not be suitable for everyone. Individuals considering ICL surgery should undergo a thorough consultation with an experienced eye surgeon to determine candidacy and discuss potential risks and benefits.


ICL Surgery at Retivision Superspeciality Eye Centre

Preoperative Evaluation Before the surgery, a comprehensive eye examination is conducted to determine the prescription

Surgery Day ICL surgery is typically an outpatient procedure performed in an operating room.

Lens Implantation A small incision is made at the edge of the cornea, and the ICL is inserted through the incision

Recovery The recovery period is relatively quick. Most patients experience improved vision within a day or two after the surgery.