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Monofocal IOL

An intraocular implant is a synthetic artificial lens that corrects the visual defect by converging light on the retina thanks to its convex or concave shape.
For patients who are not eligible for laser (because of a too thin or distorted cornea, high visual degree…) the intraocular implant is an alternative of laser to correct the visual defect. The implant is introduced inside the eye through a micro incision.
The monofocal intraocular lenses are the most traditional type of implants. They correct vision at one distance only. They can be set for near, intermediate, or far vision. However they are used especially for distance vision.
Patients will still need to wear glasses for reading and other close-up work.

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