Accommodation meets aberration-free asphericity offering patients near, intermediate and distance vision.
Key Features & Benefits
Accommodating: offering patients near, intermediate and distance vision to deliver best quality of vision1
Advanced Optics: designed to be free of spherical aberrations for more predictable and repeatable refractive outcomes1,2
Contrast Sensitivity: Best-potential postoperative vision quality expected particularly in low-light or night-time conditions.
The Crystalens AO brings together Bausch + Lomb’s accommodating lens technology and its aspheric lens design. The accommodating aspheric IOL is designed to deliver vision at all distances without any compromise in intermediate vision1. Additionally, because the Crystalens AO is aberration free, patients can enjoy best-potential visual quality with enhanced contrast sensitivity.
The Benefits of an Aspheric Design
The Crystalens AO is designed to be free of spherical aberration for better visual quality relative to standard spherical IOLs.1 More predictable and repeatable refractive outcomes with a broader patient population can be expected.2
Uniform Centre-to-Edge Power
Optical performance is unaffected by pupil size or location of the optic due to uniform centre-to-edge power.1,2
Patients should experience their best-potential postoperative visual quality with enhanced contrast sensitivity; particularly important in low light or night time conditions.
The Crystalens AO is optimised for lifestyle vision, so objects at intermediate distances are as clear as objects that are near or far.
For more information or advice about surgical products, always consult your eye care professional.
Crystalens AO References
1. Altmann GE, Nichamin LD, Lane SS, et al. Optical performance of 3 intraocular lens designs in the presence of decentration. J Cataract Refract Surg 2005, 31(3);574-85
2. Pepose et al Comparison of Crystalens, reZOOM, ReSTOR. Am J Ophthalmol 2007; 144:347-357
3. Pepose et al Comparison of aspheric vs positive aberration IOLs. Graefe Arch Clin Exp Ophthalm 2009;247:965-973
*A-constant, ACD and Surgeon Factor are estimates only. It is recommended that each surgeon develop his/her own values.