HOYA Vivinex Gemetric Plus Toric XY1-GPT
HOYA Vivinex Gemetric Plus Toric XY1-GPT glistening-free hydrophobic IOL with proprietary aspheric optic design is designed to provide excellent near vision, while maintaining good distance and intermediate vision.Read more
HOYA Vivinex Gemetric Toric XY1-GT
HOYA Vivinex™ Gemetric™ Toric XY1-GT glistening-free hydrophobic IOL with proprietary aspheric optic design is designed to provide excellent distance vision and well-balanced intermediate and near vision.Read more
IPCL V2 Presbyopic Lens
IPCL Presbyopic is a fully customised phakic lens solution for younger presbyopic patients seeking freedom from reading glasses.Read more
Medicontur Bi-Flex ELON Toric
The ELON Toric lens with extended depth of focus provides high-quality vision empowered by Wavefront Linking technology.Read more
Vivinex Toric multiSert
Vivinex Toric multiSert has proven rotational stability for precise astigmatism correction for clarity of vision.Read more
Hoya Vivinex Toric
The glistening-free hydrophobic Vivinex Toric IOL offers unprecedented clarity of vision and outstanding rotational stability.Read more
Ophtec Precizon Presbyopic Toric IOL
Precizon Presbyopic is a hybrid, acrylic IOL designed to correct Presbyopia and Astigmatism. For the correction of presbyopia, this lens has a multiple segments optic.Read more
Ophtec Artisan the premier backup lens for predictable, safe, high precision cataract implant correction in complicated cases. A predictable, safe, high precision IOL, that corrects the eye when it is not correctable by other means.Read more
Ophtec Precizon Toric 565
Precizon Toric is a hydrophilic acrylic Toric IOL, designed to be more tolerant of misalignment. Treat Astigmatism with confidence!Read more
The most balanced Trifocal IOL for complete spectacle independence. With 7 rings for superior contrast sensitivity.Read more
Toric IOLs (intraocular lenses) are the procedure of choice to correct corneal astigmatism of 1 D or more in cases undergoing cataract surgery. Toric IOLs are universally recommended in cases with significant preoperative corneal astigmatism of 1.5 D or more. Even in cases with low astigmatism with a magnitude of around 1 D, the superiority of toric IOLs over monofocal IOLs has been demonstrated in terms of better-uncorrected distance visual acuity.
Various toric IOLs are available commercially, with different material, design, and range of toricity. The choice of IOL depends on the surgeon’s comfort, patient expectations, financial considerations, and availability. A monofocal or multifocal toric IOL may be selected based on the patient’s preference and preoperative assessment.
The applications of toric IOLs are expanding to include cases with high astigmatism, irregular astigmatism, corneal ectatic disorders, and postkeratoplasty cases.
Future technological advancements may further refine the outcomes of toric IOL, with more precise visual results and enhanced IOL stability. Newer customised IOLs are being introduced that may be implanted at the 0°–180° axis without a need for rotational alignment.