With the application of a smart lens (intraocular lens), many eye diseases can be treated including cataracts (cataracts). This is achieved by replacing the natural lenses in the eye with smart lenses, a vital medical miracle. A smart lens that can be worn at any time, such as contact lenses, placed on the eye is not removable at any time and remains in the patient’s eye for life.
After the age of forty (40), overall vision quality decreases and various eye diseases occur. Eye diseases may also occur independently of age. Smart lens, natural eye lens for a variety of reasons, the function is used in cases of low quality and low vision. The most common areas of application are cataract disturbance and blurred vision.
Types of smart lenses
In the past days, a single focal lens (monofocal lens) has been used to treat cataract patients. With technological advances in eye health, bifocal and tifocal lenses have been developed. Today, bifocal and tifocal lenses are used in the treatment of smart lenses. These multifocal lenses offer a wide range of correction of vision disorders and the highest possible quality of vision.
- Biofokal bifocal (long distance and near distance).
- Trifokal (distant, near and medium distance).
After the treatment of smart lenses, patients do not need glasses and the disease does not recur again.
How does a smart lens work?
The smart lens tries to break light from different distances to the eye and reach the focal point of the retina. This allows simultaneous focus on all objects, both from a distance and from close range. Smart lenses are selected and processed according to the patient’s needs.