Implantable Collamer Lens vs LASIK
Hi, it’s Dr. Chotiner from Memorial Eye Institute. Have you ever wondered what the differences are between Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL) and LASIK surgery? Here I explain in more detail…
If you’re unsuitable for LASIK eye surgery procedure, we can perform ICL surgery as an alternative.
- can treat myopia from -3 D to -20 D
- are made of collagen that is 100% biocompatible,
- absorbs harmful UV rays, and
- And are designed to function in accordance with your body.
ICL is a type of eye surgery where we insert a permanent contact lens inside your eye to achieve exactly the same result and in some cases better outcomes than laser vision correction for the appropriate patients.
To learn more about ICL vs LASIK, and know which treatment is best for you, please book online for a free virtual vision assessment on our website today.
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