Intraocular lenses are made from biocompatible polymers. They are implanted into the respective capsular bag, to replace the person’s eye lens, where they remain permanently.
The lenses are always tolerated very well. The correct lens strength is determined for each patient prior to the surgery using a special measuring method.
Clear vision following surgery
Sharp distance vision without glasses following surgery, provided there is no corneal irregularity
Close range will still require glasses
Standard lens "plus"
In addition to the standard lense this lens has a lifelong protection of the macula (central retina/yellow spot) against damaging blue light and UV rays and it has a reduced glare sensitivity.
More advantages of the standard lens "plus"
This lens has an aspherical optic, which enables better vision in poor light conditions (e.g. while driving a car at night)
The standard lens "Plus" is made of a hydrophobic material of the latest generation. This material reduces the occurrence of "secondary cataract" and remains crystal clear for a lifetime.
For patients who opt for a standard "Plus" lens, additional preliminary examinations are carried out to enable the most precise possible calculation of the lens power.
The additional costs for this lens and the associated preliminary examinations are billed to the patient privately (CHF 190 per eye).
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Even after the implantation of a standard lens, it is still necessary to wear glasses for close distances - and if you have astigmatism, also for sharp vision in the distance. Refractive premium lenses are the alternative to standard lenses and allow you to live a mostly spectacle-free life. This even applies in the case of astigmatism. The individual refractive premium lenses at a glance: