The aberration controlled foldable lenses are for use by qualified surgeons after removal
of the natural lens by phacoemulsification. It should not be used in patients with weak zonules,
risk for a dehisced capsule, ruptured capsule or dislocated capsular bag.
ABERRATION CONTROLLED FOLDABLE INTRAOCULAR LENSES
Eye4Vision Ophthalmics is proud to offer exclusively designed small incision aspheric
hydrophilic acrylic foldable intraocular lenses made from the world's most stable UV Absorbing,
hydrophilic acrylic advanced polymer material.
- Hydrophilic Acrylic - Aberration controlled
- +0.0D to +40.0D ( in 1.0 increments )
- +10.0D to +30.0D ( in 0.5 increments )
ASPHERICx™ positions more of the
available light on the fovea allowing the
patient to see objects more distinctly.
The Aspheric IOLs may be injected through a 2.2mm to 2.8mm cartridge or folded
and inserted depending on the surgeon’s preference.
♦ INJECx™ - IOL Injector system - Injector, Cartridge and silicone Soft Tip.
♦ AFSx™ - Advanced Folding System
ASPHERICx™ - Aberration controlled hydrophilic acrylic lens series
HD57PA, HD60ZA, HD70PA & HD70SA IOLs,
are available at Custom Order only.
The aberration controlled aspheric foldable intraocular lens is developed using advanced
optical physics to supply the vision requirements of the patient.
The natural lens compensates for the positive aberration of the cornea.
The normal IOL is very forgiving but a little more dimmed
than the aberration controlled IOL
Optic ( mm )
Diameter ( mm )
♦ 360º Square Edge
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Numerous studies indicate that by reducing the amount of aberrations in the light waves going
through the eye, more rays are focused on the retina.
This is translated into better distant vision and better low light vision, as is illustrated in the
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- Hydrophilic 26% - Yellow
- +0.0D to +40.0D
- +10.0D to +30.0D
HIGH CONTRAST - yellow
Material: Hydrophilic 26%.
The yellow tinted aspheric
lenses correct vision in patients
with contrast sensitivity issues
|Aberration controlled hydrophilic acrylic lens design|