Have you been told you have cataracts?

Consider the IC-8 Lens Clinical Study


Seeking Participants for a Clinical

Study for Cataract Patients

A cataract is clouding of the eye’s natural lens, which causes text and objects to look dull and blurry. Replacing the eye’s natural lens with an intraocular lens (IOL or lens) is the recommended treatment for cataract patients. Approximately 25 million cataract procedures are performed worldwide every year.*

Designed specifically for cataract patients, the IC-8 lens is being studied in a clinical study to evaluate if the lens will provide far, intermediate and near vision. The IC-8 lens is a monofocal lens with a mini-ring placed in the center. The mini-ring has an opening, or pinhole, designed to increase range of vision by extending the focus of light rays that enter the eye.

We invite you to learn more about the IC-8 lens and answer a few questions to determine if you meet the requirements for the study.

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