Multifocal/Trifocal/
Intraocular Lens Implants Turkey

Multifocal/Trifocal/
Intraocular Lens Implants Turkey

In Turkey, Intraocular Lens (IOL) implants are a popular option for individuals seeking to improve their vision. The procedure involves the removal of the natural eye lens and its replacement with an artificial lens. Multifocal and trifocal IOLs are advanced options that offer patients a range of features.

The human eye is a remarkable organ that has evolved to adapt to various conditions and demands of daily life. With a multifocal lens implant, patients can benefit from the technical superiority of this high-end product. Compared to traditional monofocal lenses, multifocal and trifocal IOLs provide a greater range of vision, allowing individuals to see clearly at different distances.

The surgery is similar to cataract surgery, and the implantation of an IOL can be a life-changing procedure for those with visual impairments. With advanced technology and skilled surgeons in Turkey, IOL implants are a safe and effective option for individuals looking to improve their quality of life.

Trifocal/Multifocal/Intraocular Lenses

Procedures

Step 1

The team at UK Turkey Health will conduct a thorough eye measurement to determine the optimal implant for you.

Step 2

Ahead of the procedure, you will be provided with medicated eye drops to take for several days.

Step 3

To ensure the best outcome for your surgery, we may ask you to discontinue certain medications or abstain from wearing contact lenses for a specific period of time prior to the procedure.

Step 4

On the day of the surgery, your eye will be numbed to eliminate any discomfort.

Step 5

In order to keep you calm and comfortable throughout the procedure, you will receive a medication to help you relax. While you may notice light during the surgery, you should only feel a gentle pressure or no sensation at all.

Step 6

UK Turkey Health will conduct another eye measurement to confirm the proper implant selection before the procedure begins.

Step 1

Using a precise technique, a tiny incision will be made through your cornea to access the lens.

Step 7

We will then break the lens into small pieces and carefully remove them from your eye.

Step 8

The new implant will be placed into position.

Step 9

The incision will heal naturally, typically without the need for any stitches. You may be discharged and able to return home within an hour after the procedure.

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Multifocal Lenses

Multifocal lenses, also known as bifocal lenses, are implanted through a minimally invasive procedure where a small incision is made at the edge of the cornea. These lenses provide clear vision for both distance and close-up activities by having multiple focal points, allowing you to perform everyday activities without glasses.

Before the implantation of multifocal lenses, it is important to discuss with your ophthalmologist at what distance (reading, screen, sports, household) you aim for glasses-free vision and which activities you pursue. Depending on your lifestyle, a multifocal lens may be sufficient or a trifocal lens may be necessary.

Multifocal lenses come with a UV filter, which not only protects your eyes from harmful radiation but also improves your sense of contrast, especially when driving. These lenses are suitable for patients who have astigmatism and those who see well at medium distances.

If you’re considering multifocal lenses, speak to UK Turkey Health about the best option for your visual needs and lifestyle.

Trifocal Lenses

When it comes to intraocular lens implants, trifocal lenses are gaining increasing popularity due to their remarkable performance. These lenses are surgically implanted through a small incision at the corneal edge, providing a minimally invasive procedure that ensures clear vision at all distances – near, intermediate, and far.

What makes trifocal lenses stand out is their unique feature of having three focal points, making them a comprehensive solution for those who want optimal vision at all ranges. The intermediate range, which is crucial for daily activities like working on a computer or engaging in conversation, is covered by the trifocal lens, making it an excellent choice for multifocal correction.

Trifocal lenses come with a UV filter that protects the retina from harmful influences and enhances contrast sensitivity, especially when driving at night. Patients with astigmatism, even those with high values, can also benefit from these lenses.

Most commonly, trifocal lenses are used in cataract surgeries. However, they are also an excellent option for patients over 40 years who prefer not to use glasses anymore. With trifocal lens implants, patients can enjoy clear vision at all ranges and enjoy their daily activities without any visual disturbances.

Intraocular Lens Implants

The implantation of an Intraocular Lens (IOL) involves replacing the natural lens in the patient’s eye with an artificial one. This procedure is typically recommended for patients with myopia or cataracts, where the cloudy lens is removed and replaced with a new IOL. During the procedure, the doctor makes an incision to access the lens, removes it, and inserts the new IOL.

This safe and permanent procedure is an effective way to correct short or long-sightedness and prevent or remove cataracts. Natural lens replacement is suitable for patients diagnosed with cataracts, astigmatism, presbyopia, hyperopia, myopia, or who rely on bifocal, varifocal, or multifocal contact lenses or glasses. If you have any of these conditions, consult with your eye doctor to determine if IOL implantation is the right option for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Makes Multifocal Corrective Surgery Different From Laser Eye Treatment?

Multifocal corrective surgery is a refractive procedure that does not use lasers. Instead, a tiny incision is made in the periphery of the cornea, and the natural lens behind it is carefully removed. Then, an intraocular lens is implanted in its place. Most patients only need local anaesthesia with eye drops for the procedure.

Are There Any Risks or Complications Associated With Multifocal Surgery?

Multifocal surgery is a highly successful procedure performed worldwide, with over 99% of patients experiencing improved vision. However, as with any surgery, there are risks involved.

While serious complications are rare, occurring in less than 0.5% of cases, some patients may experience less serious complications, such as glare or halos, affecting their vision, which are generally transient. In rare cases where two lenses are used, a membrane may form between them, requiring further surgery.

Additionally, some patients may need to have a lens removed.

How Long Can an Intraocular Lens (IOL) Last?

Intraocular lenses (IOLs) are made from durable and resilient plastics and typically last a lifetime, so they may not need to be replaced unless they need to be changed to a different type of IOL.

Will I Still Need Glasses After Getting Cataract Lens Implant

While some patients may achieve 20/20 vision after cataract surgery with IOLs, not all patients will be completely free of glasses or contacts.

Cataract lens implants (IOLs) can significantly reduce the need for glasses and contacts for most patients, but they may still require them for certain vision tasks.

UK Turkey Eyes Prices
  • Laser/Lasik Eye Surgery From £2,500
  • Multifocal lenses/Optimax Lenses From £1,600 per eye
  • Cataract Surgery From £2,500
  • Eyelid Surgery From £2,500
  • Lazy Eye Correction From £2,700
  • Mesotherapy (3 Sessions) From £1,800

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    £3490 (both eyes)
    Multifocal Lens Surgery
    Lens replacement surgery, also known as refractive lens exchange, is a procedure in which the natural lens of the eye is replaced with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL) to improve vision and reduce the need for glasses or contact lenses. The surgery is performed using local anesthesia and typically takes less than an hour to complete. UK price range start from £6200 (PLUS, We offer a fantastic Antalya holiday!)
    • Both eyes (£1745 per eye)
    • Highly trusted UK products
    • Accredited Doctor with 10+ years’ experience
    • LASER FEMTO assisted lens surgery
    • Full eye consultation
    • VIP Ground Transfers (Airport-Hotel-Clinic)
    • 3 Night Hotel Stay During Treatment Period
    • If required, eye drops included

    Requires one visit for 2-3 days. Package price is cash price.
    £3490 (both eyes)
    Trifocal Lens Surgery
    Trifocal lens surgery is a type of lens replacement surgery in which the natural lens of the eye is replaced with an artificial intraocular lens (IOL) that has three prescriptions to help you see clearly at different distances. The surgery is performed using local anesthesia and typically takes less than an hour to complete. It is performed to improve vision and reduce the need for glasses or contact lenses. UK price range start from £6200 (PLUS, We offer a fantastic Antalya holiday!)
    • Both eyes (£1745 per eye)
    • Highly trusted UK products
    • LASER FEMTO assisted lens surgery
    • Certified Doctor with 10+ years’ experience
    • Full eye consultation
    • VIP Ground Transfers (Airport-Hotel-Clinic)
    • 3 Night Hotel Stay During Treatment Period
    • If required, eye drops included

    Requires one visit for 2-3 days. Package price is cash price.
    £3995 (both eyes)
    Toric Lens Surgery
    An artificial intraocular lens (IOL) that is specially shaped to correct astigmatism. The surgery is performed using local anesthesia and typically takes less than an hour to complete. It is performed to improve vision and reduce the need for glasses or contact lenses. UK price range start from £7000 (PLUS, We offer a fantastic Antalya holiday!)
    • Both eyes (£1995 per eye)
    • Lab design on lenses
    • LASER FEMTO assisted lens surgery
    • Highly trusted UK products
    • Internationally Certified Doctor with 10+ years’ experience
    • Full eye consultation
    • VIP Ground Transfers (Airport-Hotel-Clinic)
    • 3-4 Night Hotel Stay During Treatment Period
    • If required, eye drops included

    Requires one visit for 3-4 days. Package price is cash price.
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