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
Medicontur Bi-Flex ELON
The ELON lens with extended depth of focus provides high-quality vision empowered by Wavefront Linking technology.Read more
HOYA Vivinex multiSert XY1-SP
HOYA Vivinex multiSert XY1-SP the glistening-free hydrophobic IOL with proprietary aspheric optic design for improved clarity of vision.Read more
Vivinex Toric multiSert
Vivinex Toric multiSert has proven rotational stability for precise astigmatism correction for clarity of vision.Read more
HOYA Vivinex iSert
The glistening-free hydrophobic Vivinex IOL offers unprecedented visual clarity and is preloaded in the Vivinex iSert injector.Read more
Hoya Vivinex Toric
The glistening-free hydrophobic Vivinex Toric IOL offers unprecedented clarity of vision and outstanding rotational stability.Read more
The most balanced Trifocal IOL for complete spectacle independence. With 7 rings for superior contrast sensitivity.Read more
HOYA iSert 255 (Yellow)
ASPHERIC 1-PIECE IOL Preloaded Injector System | Hydrophobic AcrylicRead more
Yellow IOLs include a blue light filter resulting in a yellow tinted lens, which can provide certain benefits over clear IOLs. The yellow tint can help to filter out blue light, which is known to cause glare and reduce contrast sensitivity, particularly in low-light conditions. By filtering out blue light, yellow IOLs can provide better visual clarity, particularly for people who spend a lot of time outdoors or in bright environments.
However, yellow IOLs may also have some drawbacks. The yellow tint can cause colours to appear less vibrant or accurate, and some people may prefer the more natural appearance of clear IOLs.
Yellow IOLs are generally recommended for people who have certain vision needs or preferences, such as those who are particularly sensitive to glare or spend a lot of time outdoors.