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What is an artificial intraocular lens?

An artificial lens is used to replace the removed human lens and its dioptric power, thus enabling sharp vision after cataract surgery. By selecting the dioptric power of the artificial lens, we can eliminate nearsightedness or farsightedness. Stabilization of the vision usually occurs 2-4 weeks after the surgery.

Monofocal intraocular lenses provide sharp vision of far distance, while other distances require spectacles. Some modern artificial lenses called multifocal or trifocal can provide sharp vision to certain pre-defined zones (far, near).

Why is WIOL-CF different from other intraocular lenses?

Overall concept of WIOL-CF is based on mimicking nature in material, design and behavior. Unlike technical solutions offering "mini spectacles" for implantation, WIOL-CF is analogical to natural lens. It features optics with a large diameter, so it works with more light than commonly available intraocular lenses. Its special hyperbolic shape enables polyfocality, and polyfocality provides the optical system of the eye capability to focus on any distance. Vision also remains clear in low light conditions because of the high transparency of the material and the smooth surface of WIOL-CF®.