While we’re treating your cataract, let’s also correct your astigmatism. The ideal combination of rotational stability and vision predictability.
Key Features & Benefits
Lock in rotational stability; 100% of patients had less than or equal to 5o rotation from 1 to 6 months1
Enhanced contrast sensitivity due to Bausch + Lomb Advanced Optics4
Designed to reduce PCO due to 360° barrier edge5,6
Insertion through a 2.2mm incision
Optimal quality of vision
- No material glistenings detected at any time in a 2-year prospective study of 172 eyes1,2
- Material glistenings are prevented and material stability enhanced by:
- Hydrating the lens to equilibrium water content so that it will neither gain nor lose water3
- Packaging the lens in physiological saline to eliminate fluid exchange with the aqueous humor3
- Enhanced contrast sensitivity; uniform optic power, centre-to-edge; and better vision quality are delivered by Bausch + Lomb aspheric, aberration-free designed Advanced Optics4
- Rotational stability is a key to the function of any Toric IOL.
- For each degree of rotation there is an approximate reduction of 3.3% of the astigmatic correcting potential6.
- The effectiveness of correction is also a function of the rotational stability of the lens over time.
- In a clinical evaluation, 100% of all 113 subjects had less than or equal to 5o of IOL rotation between Form 3 and 4 which exceeds the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard of 90% of subjects with less than or equal to 5o of rotation at 2 consecutive visits at least 3 months apart1.
Designed to minimise PCO
- Step-vaulted haptics are designed to vault the optic posteriorly for direct contact with the capsular bag
- Lens Epithelial Cell (LEC) migration is believed to be inhibited by 360° square barrier edge leading to reduced Posterior Capsular Opacification (PCO)5
Ease of use
- Insertion through a 2.2-mm incision with a single-use injector
- Positioning in the eye’s natural capsular bag and removal of viscoelastic are facilitated by controlled unfolding
For more information or advice about surgical products, always consult your eye care professional.
enVista Toric IOL References
1. Data on File, Bausch & Lomb Inc. Final Clinical Study Report: A prospective multicenter clinical study to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of a Bausch + Lomb one-piece hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lens in subjects undergoing cataract extraction (2011)
2. Liliana Werner, MD, PhD. Glistenings and surface light scattering in intraocular lenses. J Cataract Refract Surg 2010; 36:1398–1420
3. Miyata A, Yaguchi S. Equilibrium water content and glistenings in acrylic intraocular lenses. J Cataract Refract Surg 2004; 30:1768-1772
4. Griffith E. Altmann, MS, MBA, Louis D. Nichamin, MD, Stephen S. Lane, MD, Jay S. Pepose, MD, PhD. Optical performance of 3 intraocular lens designs in the presence of decentration, J Cataract Refract Surg 2005; 31:574–585
5. Kugelberg M, Wejde G, Jayaram H, et al. Posterior capsule opacification after implantation of a hydrophilic or a hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lens: one-year follow-up. J Cataract Refract Surg 2006; 32:1627-1631
6. Wolffsohn W., Buckhurst P. Objective analysis of toric intraocular lens rotation and centration. J Cataract Refract Surg 2010; 36:778–782
* A-constant, ACD and Surgeon Factor are estimates only. It is recommended that each surgeon develop his/her own values.