Benefit of EVO ICL: long- lasting vision correction

 In eye surgery, vision correction

What is the benefit of EVO ICL?

One of EVO ICL’s biggest benefits is its long-lasting vision correction. The EVO ICL is designed to give you a lifetime of perfect vision. Unlike some other forms of vision correction, ICL lenses can be removed by your surgeon if necessary, but this would require additional surgery.

How long will the EVO ICL last?

It’s important to understand that your eyes will naturally change as you age, regardless of whether you’ve had ICL surgery or not. As a result, you may require additional vision correction down the line. This is especially true if you develop cataracts, as the ICL lenses would need to be removed during cataract surgery. However, this is a routine procedure, and your surgeon will replace the ICL lenses with new lenses designed to provide the best-corrected vision possible. The option of removing the EVO ICL is highly considered a benefit of the surgery.

What happens if my vision changes?

In the unlikely event that your vision changes significantly after ICL surgery but before you develop cataracts, options are still available. Another benefit of EVO ICL surgery is that you can still consider other vision correction methods such as glasses, contact lenses, or LASIK. Alternatively, you can also opt for an ICL exchange, which involves replacing the existing lenses with new ones designed to provide better vision.

In summary, the EVO ICL surgery is a reliable and effective option for long-lasting vision correction that can last for decades. As with any medical procedure, it’s important to maintain good eye health and monitor your vision over time. However, you can expect a clear and sharp vision for many years after the procedure.

EVO ICL evaluations are free at Utah Valley Eye Center. Call us today to see if you qualify for this life-changing procedure and how you may benefit from EVO ICL.

Do you have more questions about the EVO ICL? Visit or ICL FAQ page.

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