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IC-8 Lens Procedure
As with any procedure, it is important to understand the process that is involved. The IC-8 lens clinical study consists of two treatment groups: the test group and the control group. During an outpatient procedure, the eye surgeon removes the cataract in one eye and implants a standard monofocal lens. The doctor then allows up to one month to help your eye heal prior to treating your other eye.
- If your first treated eye meets the visual requirements by one month, the IC-8 lens or the standard monofocal lens is implanted in the other eye. The lens selection depends on which group you are participating in.
- The surgical procedure takes less than 30 minutes.
- Participants in the clinical study will be tested for improvement in vision at all distances. Vision, if improved, may continue to improve over several weeks. However, everyone heals differently, so visual results may vary.
Your next step is to complete a confidential questionnaire. This information will be provided to a local participating doctor near you. If you have a strong interest in becoming a volunteer participant, you will be scheduled for an eye examination for further testing.
Click here for a complete list of participating eye surgeons or call 1-888-978-7819 for immediate assistance.