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A clear alternative to laser eye surgery.

Lens surgery uses a hi-tech artificial lens to correct poor vision. The lens is called an intraocular lens and it works much the same as a contact lens. The intraocular lens is custom-fit to each eye and fixed in place, no need for cleaning and removal.

There is a range of different lens options to correct long-sightedness, short-sightedness, reading vision and even toric lenses to treat astigmatism (an uneven curve of the eye).

There are two different lens surgery methods to correct poor vision: replacement and enhancement. Replacement lens surgery is also used to treat patients with cataract.

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Natural Lens Replacement (NLR)
Your natural lens is removed and replaced with a new lens to correct your vision. For some gives better results than laser eye surgery.
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Natural Lens Enhancement (NLE)
While a contact lens is placed in front of your eye, this hi-tech lens is placed inside your eye. Your natural lens is not removed.
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Cataract Surgery
If cataracts are causing your eyesight to be cloudy and blurred, cataract surgery is the only way to give you back clear vision.
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Over 3 million lens surgeries are carried out each year in Europe

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