Oculentis offers a variety of IOL designs. Choose between (a) spherical, 1-piece or 3-piece IOL, IOL with or without blue light filtering technology. The imaging quality of intraocular lenses (IOL) is one of the key factors to ensure an optimal vision for patients after a cataract surgery. Aspherical LENTIS® IOL are characterized by an aberration corrective surface structure. Basis for their design is not as usual a purely spherical cornea but a slightly aspherical cornea (anticipated in the human eye). Studies have shown that the human cornea shows asphericity in respect of the statistical median. Due to this fact, Intraocular lenses, which take into account this aberration, lead to a better visual acuity and better image quality All aspherical LENTIS® lenses are manufactured in the sub-micron lathing process. The square-edge design and the superior surface quality of our HydroSmart® Acrylic reduce the post-surgery-cataract formation and thus the post-treatment rate. A recent study conducted by the Berlin Eye Research Institute (BERI confirms the exceptionally sharp optic edges of the LENTIS® IOL for a better PCO prophylaxis (Study as PDF-Download). All LENTIS® lenses show an excellent biocompatibility and high stability in the capsule bag.
Peerless: Oculentis successfully launched its highly anticipated toric Mplus lens at 2010th WOC congress in Berlin. Ever since it became an unprecedented success story! The new multifocal toric intraocular lens the LENTIS® Mplustoric combines the prized* presbyopia correction of the patented LENTIS® Mplus IOL with the finest astigmatism correction provided by the LENTIS® Tplus technology in one single intraocular lens. The result: Optimized vision for the patients. sector shaped near vision segment that offers great advantages to the patient. In particular reflections, image jumps and loss of contrast sensitivity occurring with the currently available "ring" systems - as often experienced in twilight or central headlight glare conditions - will be avoided. The unique and patented optic design inhibits ghost images and/or double vision; glare effects and halos will be significantly reduced. Furthermore, the LENTIS® Mplustoric which is made of the well-known HydroSmart acrylic material stands out by its pupil independence, aberration neutrality, the guaranteed addition of 3 diopters as well as by an above average patient satisfaction. Learn more about the unique Mplus technology via the short film "LENTIS® Mplus the only Presbyopia lens with HD-Vision". The film describes the unique operation of the Mplus technology and highlights the benefits of this hightech multifocal intraocular lens.
For patients, who suffer from visual deficiencies due to individual irregularities of the eye, such as cataract and/or astigmatism, the implantation of a LENTIS® Tplus IOL could be beneficial. Thanks to its specifically designed optic, this lens corrects any form of defective eyesight and thus provides the patient with sharp and clear vision. Astigmatism means the cornea of the eye does not have a smooth circular surface but a different surface curvature in one direction or the other. When focusing on images or objects, astigmatic patients will experience ‘distortion’ in their vision. The vision or object in the environment is blurred meaning the patient will suffer from severe visual impairment and as a consequence a reduction in quality of life. The advanced technology behind the LENTIS® Tplus toric intraocular lens offers a combined solution, not only replacing the cataract-clouded natural lens for clear vision, but also correcting corneal astigmatism, so the patient can see in focus. This toric lens perfectly compensates for the cornea’s irregular curvature ensuring you benefit from a considerably higher degree of spectacle independence for distance vision. Clinical studies have shown that in general 98% of patients who had surgery in both eyes will not require further spectacle correction.