enVista Toric Intraocular Lens (IOL) is designed to treat your cataracts and astigmatism at the same time. And provide you with the best possible quality of vision. Made of an advanced, next-generation material, enVista Toric IOL is also designed to provide long term clarity. See the difference enVista Toric can offer:
• Advanced astigmatism correction at the same time as cataract surgery
• For clearly defined images
• Advanced material stays clear inside the eye
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. When will I be able to return to my normal activities?
A. Typically, you will be able to return to normal activities within several days. Your eyes maybe sensitive to touch for a few days, and you should avoid rubbing them. It is important to avoid any lifting or straining that could increase pressure on your eyes.
Q. Will I be able to see without glasses?
A. Since everyone’s vision, expectations, and lifestyles differ, it is difficult to determine how much you will be dependent on glasses after your surgery. As with all monofocal IOLs, most patients will need to continue to wear reading glasses for near vision activity.
Q. How often will I need to have my eyes checked after surgery?
A. Your doctor will advise you based on your procedure. Make sure you follow the appropriate recommendations from your doctor for the best outcomes.
Q. How long does cataract surgery take?
A. Preparing your eye for surgery usually takes an hour or so. You may receive different types of eye drops, along with some medication to help you relax. Typically, the full cataract surgery procedure takes 15 to 20 minutes, followed by a brief stay (often an hour or less) in outpatient surgery.
Q. Will I feel anything?
A. During the surgery, your doctor will use a special device to stabilize your eye and keep your eyelids open. You may experience some slight pressure during the procedure, but you should not feel any pain.
Questions to Ask Your Doctor:
Knowing what to ask your doctor can be important. In addition to getting answers to the questions you already have, consider getting answers to the questions listed below.
• What are the risks and benefits associated with each of these treatment options?
• Which cataract treatment do you recommend?
• Am I a good candidate for the enVista® Toric IOL?
• What does this procedure involve?
• What are the benefits, risks, and possible complications of having cataract surgery?
• How should I prepare for the procedure?
• What will my vision be like after recovery?
enVista® Toric IOLenVista Toric Intraocular Lens (IOL) is designed to treat your cataracts and astigmatism at the same time. And provide you with the best possible quality of vision. Made of an advanced, next-generation material, enVista Toric IOL is also designed to provide long term clarity.