Intelligent Lens

Every person has a natural lens in his eyes, which is both transparent and flexible. Every time you see near or far, this lens focuses on the distance seen by changing its shape because of this flexibility. This allows you to see clearly at both distance and near. As we age, the natural lens in the eye loses its flexibility, loses its transparency, and develops cataracts in the following years before changing shape and focusing on near vision. Our natural intraocular lens is a lens that can be replaced with a new one in about 40 years after losing its elasticity.

In place of our deformed natural lens, an artificial lens called a Smart Lens is inserted. This new lens can now focus at distance, intermediate distance, as well as near, providing people with clear vision at all distances. Thanks to this lens, a patient’s dioptre does not progress and no further cataracts develop in that eye.

Anyone over the age of 40 who has problems with farsightedness or both and wants to get rid of their glasses for good is obviously a candidate. Any eye equipped with a Smart Lens can see both far and near on its own. For young people between the ages of 35-40, when the number of eyes is too high to be corrected with laser, Smart Lens therapy can be considered. People undergoing laser eye surgery may also opt for a Smart Lens if they have problems with distance or near vision due to a deformation of their intraocular lenses.

People with type 1 diabetes or uncontrolled diabetes, with retinal diseases; yellow spot, retinal detachment, previous intraocular studies … Not suitable for the age of 70 and above is not likely to make the patient unhappy. It is used to make wise decisions, not to tell the patient how to look in everyday life.

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