What is Tecnis intraocular lens?

The TECNIS® multifocal IOL was designed using wavefront technology. This technology is used to correct optical aberrations (visual distortion) that can cause glare, halos, and a lesser visual quality. The TECNIS® is a diffractive lens with concentric rings of different power that provide vision at near and distance.

What is the price of tecnis lens?

The Technis monofocal lens price is Rs 48000 – 56000 at Eye Solutions.

What is Tecnis multifocal lens?

The Tecnis Multifocal lens technology is designed to provide a full range of vision, near, distance, and intermediate-after cataract treatment, or refractive lens exchange. The Tecnis Multifocal lens not only treats cataracts, but it may also eliminate your need for glasses for everyday activities.

Is tecnis synergy a Trifocal?

The Tecnis Synergy IOL by Johnson & Johnson Vision is the latest entrant. Available internationally since 2019, it was recently FDA-approved for use in the US. Synergy combines elements of two earlier J&J lenses—the Tecnis Multifocal (a trifocal) and the Tecnis Symfony (an extended depth of focus, or EDOF, lens).

What is the latest IOL?

Alcon’s Vivity IOL was FDA approved in 2020 and is the first non-diffractive extended depth-of-focus (EDOF) lens. Vivity Toric IOLs can correct between 1.03D to 2.06D of corneal astigmatism.

What is the cost of IOL in India?

The state FDA has surveyed 15 brands of intraocular lenses used in India, and found that cost for the retailer or the hospital starts from Rs 350 and goes up till Rs 15,200 for a lens. The cost to the patient, however, ranges between Rs 5,800 to Rs 26,550.

Which brand monofocal lens is best?

Monofocal Lenses Fifty-four percent of the surgeons say they use the Alcon IQ Aspheric IOL for most of their cases, while 31 percent prefer the J&J Vision Tecnis one-piece lens.

Which lens is best for cataract surgery replacement?

That depends on your needs. If you’re comfortable wearing glasses after cataract surgery, a monofocal lens may be the right choice. If you want to avoid wearing distance glasses after cataract surgery and have astigmatism, a toric lens might be appropriate.