Implantable Collamer Lenses (ICL), also known as implantable contact lenses or phakic intraocular lenses (IOL), are implants that your ophthalmologist surgically places inside the eye, between the iris and the natural lens, to help correct refractive problems.
Schedule an assessment to see if you are a candidate for the procedure.
While other refractive surgeries are permanent, ICL surgery can be reversed to accommodate any refractive changes that might occur while you age. ICL works with your eye to help provide you with the best vision possible.
Because ICL surgery has less impact on the cornea, there is a decreased risk of experiencing dry eyes. ICL shares some of the risks seen in LASIK or PRK surgery, specifically halos or glares. Also there is an increased risk of cataracts following ICL surgery.
ICL can provide you with fantastic vision, and is often recommended for patients who have a high amount of myopia, hyperopia or astigmatism.
Schedule an assessment to see if ICL surgery can improve the quality of your vision.
If you have already been cleared by your optometrist to have ICL eye surgery and they have filled out our referral document, the next step is to contact us about requesting an assessment.
We look forward to helping you achieve clear vision and healthy eyes.
Our office is located on the South side of North Hill Mall in the professional building. Please note there is no entrance to our clinic from the mall.
We offer plenty of free 3-hour parking right outside our clinic, and we are easily accessible from Lion’s Park Station located on 14th Ave. NW.