“EVO ICL lens has helped me to live life to the
fullest with no more hesitation. I simply wake
up and go about my day.”
– Joe Jonas
Find out if you’re a candidate
What is EVO ICL lens?
The Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL) for nearsightedness and astigmatism is a refractive lens also known as a phakic IOL. “Phakic” meaning that the natural lens of the eye is in place, and “IOL” meaning intraocular lens, or a lens inside the eye. The EVO ICL is a posterior chamber implant that is introduced through a small incision in the eye and is placed behind the iris (the colored part of the eye), and in front of the natural crystalline lens in order to improve your nearsightedness and astigmatism.
EVO ICL Procedure –
What to Expect
EVO ICL is made of biocompatible Collamer material that works in harmony with your eye. Your eye doctor will create a small opening in your cornea that will be used to insert and position the EVO ICL. For most patients, the procedure is virtually painless with numbing drops and it typically takes less than 20 – 30 minutes. Patients typically experience improved vision right away and a quick recovery time.
Easy 20-30 Minute Surgical Procedure
Pre-Op Eye Exam
Eye Drops Administered
Lens Insertion and Positioning
Post Op & Check-Up
Benefits of EVO ICL
- Provides clear, sharp vision
- 20 to 30 minute procedure
- Quick recovery time
- Removable by your doctor
- Offers UV protection
- Not visible once in place
- Can treat nearsightedness with or without astigmatism
- For patients who may not be candidates for LASIK or other vision correction procedures due to thin corneas
- Does not cause dry eye syndrome
- Excellent vision both day and night
- Over 2 million ICLs distributed world-wide
- 99.4% of patients surveyed would have the EVO lens procedure again
EVO ICL: The High-Tech Vision Correction Procedure
You Need to Know About
Visual Freedom with EVO ICL
Lasik is a two-step laser vision correction surgery where a flap is made on the surface of the eye, called the cornea, and the underlying layers are reshaped with an excimer laser to correct vision
EVO ICL lens is an implant that corrects
vision without removing any corneal
PRK is a laser vision procedure similar to LASIK, but no corneal flap is created. There top layer of the cornea, called the epithelium, is removed, and the underlying tissue is reshaped to correct vision.
Which Option is Right for Me?
This chart breaks down the general candidacy guidelines for each procedure. During your initial consultation, your eye care professional will discuss your measurements and help you make the right choice depending on your unique vision.
Moderate to Severe
Mild to Moderate
Mild to Moderate