Presbyopia Treatment Options

Comparison Table


The below table is a general overview of which IOLs may address a particular vision disorder.

Treatment Options


At iLaser Vision we offer different types of Intraocular Lenses (IOLs) implanted according to your visual needs.

RayOne Trifocal Intraocular Lens

RayOne Trifocal is one of the most advanced intraocular lenses available today, using patented optics that give you the opportunity to increase independence from wearing glasses for the majority of everyday activities.


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RayOne EMV EDOF Intraocular Lens

RayOne EMV is an extended depth of focus (EDOF) lens that allows crystal-clear vision in the distance and intermediate distance. Spectacles are still needed for extended reading of small print if good light is not available.


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Teleon EDOF Intraocular Lens

Teleon Comfort lenses are an Extended Depth Of Focus (EDOF) bifocal lens. The specific design of this Comfort lens allows for outcomes which go far beyond the results achieved with standard lens implants. The Comfort lens offers both good intermediate vision as well as distance vision. The strength of the bifocal segment in the Comfort lens can be customised depending on your individual needs. Spectacles may still be required for small print if good lighting conditions are not available.


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Teleon MPlus Multifocal Intraocular Lens

The LENTIS® Mplus family is for optimal treatment of cataracts considering presbyopia and astigmatism.

The varifocal LENTIS Mplus and Mplus X IOLs allow sharp vision over all distances for patients with presbyopia. Ideal for patients who are simultaneously suffering from astigmatism and presbyopia


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EVO Visian ICL

Intraocular Contact lenses (ICLs) are implanted inside the eye without removal of the crystalline lens. Therefore this does not involve cataract surgical techniques as such, however the ICL is implanted in front of the natural lens of your eye. This procedure is suitable for young and old myopes (short sightedness) as an alternative to refractive laser surgery. This is a completely reversible procedure that has a wide variety of applications.


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ZEISS AT LARA® 829MP and AT LARA toric 929M/MP are the next-generation EDoF IOLs providing an even wider range of focus, as well as excellent optical performance and quality of vision, also for astigmatic patients.


AT LARA EDOF IOLs are designed to provide a high degree of spectacle independence and to induce less visual side effects compared to multifocal IOLs, enabling excellent vision over a wide range of distances.


The benefits of ZEISS AT LARA family are particularly attractive to patients with an active lifestyle, who wish to be spectacle-free for most of their daily activities but are more sensitive to side effects such as halos and glare.


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IC-8™ IOL: Small Aperture Lens

Applying the same optical principles used in photography, the IC-8 lens takes a clear artificial lens and places a small mini-ring in the centre. The mini-ring created a pinhole effect, which extends your natural range of vision by blocking unfocused light ad only allowing focused light rays to enter your eyes.


The mini-ring creates a pinhole effect, which extends your natural range of vision by blocking unfocused light ad only allowing focused light rays to enter your eyes.


These IOLs are particularly suitable for patients who have pre-existing Corneal irregularities or Corneal Astigmatism.


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Is Lens Replacement Surgery a Permanent Fix?


Unlike glasses where they need to be changed every 2-3 years at great expense, intraocular lenses are designed as a permanent fix, meaning you will not need to have these changed for the remainder of your life.


To discover more commonly asked questions about lens replacement surgery, go to our frequently asked questions page.

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