The staff at AVC put you so at ease and help you choose what’s right for you. I would absolutely recommend you trying them. After having Implantable Contact lenses I’ve had no problems and I’m now able to go out more confident. Even though the operations were a little daunting I was able to see straight away. No pain! Thank you AVC!
With lens implants, after removing the cataract an intra-ocular lenses is used to replace the natural lens. Usually health care service providers only offer the basic type of lenses: Monofocal lens. However, at AVC we only offer truly bespoke treatments and we provide our patients with the best lenses suited to their needs. The type of lens that a patient will be suitable for is dependent on their lifestyle and visual needs and will be determined at the consultation after extensive testing.
At AVC we have no affiliation with any lens manufacturers which is why we are able to provide the largest selection of lenses available at any clinic which is why we are able to correct any prescription range and are able to treat patients’ found unsuitable by other clinics. There are different types of lenses that are able to correct different prescriptions:
Types of Lens Implants
Monofocal: Only corrects short sight (distance) with or without an astigmatism.
Multifocal: Corrects short sight (distance) and long sight (near) with or without an astigmatism.
Trifocal: Corrects short sight (distance) and long sight (near) and intermediate vision with or without an astigmatism.
Advanced Vision Care uses the revolutionary Trifocal IOLs. These next generation Multifocal IOLs offer better quality of vision, as the transmittance of light through the lens implant is extremely efficient – this improves intermediate vision with minimal glare and halos at night.
These Multifocal and Trifocal IOLs enable our patients to be completely glasses-free after treatment. The Multifocal and Trifocal lenses do not work like varifocal glasses or contact lenses. These lenses are able to correct more than one field of vision by using layered concentric circles, correcting each prescription issue with each layer, enabling for simultaneous correction of all fields of vision leaving patients completely glasses free.