Disappointed that you are not suitable for LASIK/SMILE procedures? 

Are you tired of spectacles and lenses hindering your day-to-day activities?  

Time to say goodbye to the hassles of spectacles and lenses with Implantable Contact Lenses at Nethradhama!

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All you need to know about Implantable Contact Lenses





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High Quality Standards

The first NABH accredited hospital in India for maintaining national quality standards. 

State-of-the-Art Technology

Nethradhama Eye Hospital has introduced many state-of-the-art equipment that were firsts both nationally and globally.

Experienced Doctors

One of the lowest surgical complication rates worldwide with the help of highly experienced and skilled doctors   

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Efficient day care procedures with a low turn around time to ensure a smooth and hassle-free experience. 

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We have implemented comprehensive hygiene and safety protocols to provide a safe and clean environment for everyone. 

Patient-Centric Approach

Our patients always come first, and we strive to provide personalized and compassionate care to each and every patient who walks through our doors.

Say good bye to the inconvenience and embrace the freedom of Implantable Contact Lenses at Nethradhama!

Get  clear vision without the hassle of corrective eyewear. Book your consultation today and experience the transformation firsthand. Don't let your vision hold you back any longer!


Phakic intraocular lenses (IOLs), also known as Implantable contact lenses, are artificial lenses that are surgically implanted into the eye to correct refractive errors such as near-sightedness, far-sightedness, and astigmatism. Unlike traditional contact lenses, which are placed on the surface of the eye, implantable contact lenses are positioned inside the eye in front of the natural lens. 
Good candidates for implantable contact lenses are individuals who are not suitable candidates for LASIK or other refractive surgeries, have a stable spectacle prescription for at least one year and have healthy eyes without significant eye diseases. A comprehensive eye examination and evaluation of your eye health at Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital will determine if you are a suitable candidate for implantable contact lenses. 
Implantable contact lenses offer several advantages, including providing clear and high-quality vision, correcting a wide range of refractive errors, and being reversible and removable if needed. They also do not alter the natural shape of the cornea, which may be beneficial for patients with thin corneas or dry eyes. 
The implantable contact lens surgery is typically an outpatient procedure performed under topical anaesthesia. The surgeon will make a small incision on the cornea, insert the implantable contact lens and position it in front of the natural lens. The procedure usually takes about 10 minutes per eye and most patients experience minimal to no discomfort. 
The recovery process after implantable contact lens surgery is generally quick, with most patients experiencing improved vision within a few days. You may need to use prescribed eye drops and follow post-operative care instructions provided by your ophthalmologist, including avoiding rubbing your eyes and protecting your eyes from bright light and dust. Regular follow-up appointments will be scheduled to monitor your eye health and visual outcomes. 
As with any surgical procedure, there are risks and potential complications associated with implantable contact lenses, including infection, inflammation, increased intraocular pressure, and cataracts. Our experienced ophthalmologists at Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital will thoroughly evaluate your eye health, discuss the potential risks and benefits of implantable contact lenses, and customize a treatment plan to ensure the best possible outcomes for your individual needs. 
The success rate of implantable contact lens surgery is high, with most patients achieving clear and high-quality vision after the procedure. However, the success rate may vary depending on individual factors such as the severity and type of the refractive error.
Implantable contact lenses are designed to be a permanent solution for refractive errors. However, in rare cases, they may need to be removed or replaced due to complications such as high intraocular pressures or power change.
A cataract is a clouding of the natural lens of the eye, which leads to blurry or hazy vision. It is usually caused by aging, but can also result from injury, disease, or other factors.
Implantable contact lens surgery is typically performed under topical anesthesia, which numbs the eye and surrounding area. Most patients experience minimal discomfort during the procedure, and any post-operative pain can usually be managed with prescribed medication. 
Implantable contact lenses are primarily used to correct refractive errors such as near-sightedness, far-sightedness, and astigmatism. They are not typically recommended for the treatment of presbyopia, which is a natural age-related condition that affects the ability to see up close.

In some cases, implantable contact lens surgery may be covered by insurance, especially if it is deemed medically necessary. However, it is important to check with your insurance provider to determine the extent of coverage and any out-of-pocket costs. 

Implantable contact lenses are often recommended for patients with high refractive errors that cannot be corrected with traditional LASIK or other refractive surgeries. However, the suitability of the procedure may depend on individual factors and the overall health of the eye. 

Traditional contact lenses are placed on the surface of the eye and need to be removed and cleaned daily. Implantable contact lenses, on the other hand, are surgically implanted inside the eye and offer a permanent solution for refractive errors. 

Most patients experience improved vision within a few days to a week after implantable contact lens surgery. However, it may take up to a few weeks for the eyes to fully adjust to the new lens and for vision to stabilize. 

Implantable contact lenses may be recommended for patients with a history of eye surgery or injury, depending on individual factors such as the health of the eye and the nature of the previous surgery or injury. A comprehensive eye examination and evaluation by an experienced ophthalmologist can help determine the suitability of the procedure for individual patients. 

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