ICL: Incredible Results, Better Vision

September 28, 2016 | Dr. Luke

ICL: Incredible Results, Better Vision

When LASIK isn’t the best option for some of our patients, ICL may provide even better quality vision. Watch as Dr. Luke talks about our ICL results and how he’s helping other surgeons learn about the procedure.

Dr. Luke: One of my favorite procedures here at ClearSight is the Implantable Collamer Lens or the ICL. That has been shown to provide a better quality of vision for many people for whom LASIK was not the best option. In many cases, even for those who can have LASIK, the ICL has been shown to have an even better quality of vision.

One of the wonderful things about the ICL is that it can treat prescriptions that are four or five times what my typical LASIK patient may be. People who have been told that they weren’t a candidate for LASIK for either thin corneas or because their prescription was too high, really for the most part doesn’t exist with the ICL.

For many patients who have always known that they had the worst vision in the room, the ICL can typically provide vision that is better than everyone else in the room. Our results have been so great that the company who creates this implant has invited me out to California to talk to other surgeons across the United States and the world about how we’re doing things so well here in Oklahoma City.

With all of the great things that we’re doing here at ClearSight, it has been incredibly rewarding to me that not only are we helping people in Oklahoma City, but we’re also helping people around the country and around the world to do things every better. It has been incredibly, incredibly rewarding

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“I just wish I had done it sooner!”

The number one thing we hear from our patients is that they wish they would have had vision correction sooner.

So the question for you is… why wait any longer?

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