G-Fold Clear Phob Intraocular Lens - Grevis Pharma

G-Fold Clear Phob Intraocular Lens

G-Fold Clear Phob Intraocular Lens


G-Fold Clear Phob Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lenses are like transparent, man-made lenses that take the place of your eye’s lenses and feature an ultra-high purity Hydrophobic Acrylic-copolymer blend of Phenylethyl (PEA), Phneylethyl methacrylate (PEEMA) cross-linked with BBD(Butanediol diacrylate) and benzotriazole UV absorber The spheres of these lenses have a minus aspheric design purposed for SA correction. This design is based on an extremely accurate population average model, which is proven to be free of all spherical aberration (SA) effects.

Material properties were a result of developing it to attain the highest possible refractive index, a good compression feature and at the same time open smoothly. Thus, not only high optical performance but also easy surgical manipulation can contribute to improved results for those people who need to have vision correction operations.


Features of G-Fold Clear Phob Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lenses

  • Aberration Neutral Aspheric optics with negative spherical aberration wavefront technology.
  • Excellent quality of vision and greatly increased contrast sensitivity.
  • Hydrophobic optics are polished smooth to delay PCO.
  • Haptic design for ease of unfolding.
  • 360° Square edge design for uninterrupted contact at the haptic-optic junction to limit LEC’s migration.
  • 0° Angulation haptic design for continuous posterior surface contact with the capsular bag to prevent PCO.
  • Advanced IOL design ensures stability, perfect centration, and ultimate stability in the capsular bag.
  • Optics compatible with YAG Laser.


Advantages of Using Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lenses

  • Reduced postoperative complications like PCO
  • Enhanced visual clarity and contrast sensitivity
  • Minimal glistenings for improved visual performance
  • Ease of implantation through smaller incisions
  • Long-term stability within the eye
  • Compatibility with YAG laser procedures


Who Can Use These Hydrophobic Lenses?

  • G-Fold Clear Phob Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lenses are utilised in cataract surgery or refractive lens exchange procedures.
  • They treat various vision issues including cataracts, presbyopia, myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism.
  • Suitable for a diverse range of patients with normal ocular anatomy and healthy eyes.
  • Also beneficial for individuals with specific visual requirements or preferences.
  • The decision on lens selection is determined by factors such as ocular health, lifestyle, and desired visual outcomes, with input from an ophthalmologist.



  • Store it at a temperature of 5°-40°and humidity of 35-65% RH.
  • Protect it from direct sunlight.

What are the Possible complications after using this Lens?

It is quite obvious that during G-Fold Clear Phob Hydrophobic Acrylic Foldable Intraocular Lenses surgery, risks are involved that include:

  • Posterior Capsular Opacification (PCO): Capsule clouding beyond the lens that is inserted, the result of cataract surgery is that vision becomes blurry again, a condition which is also known as after cataract.
  • Decentration or Dislocation of the lens: The intraocular lens deviates from its normal focal point within the eye leading to visual complaints like blurry vision or discomfort.
  • Inflammation or irritation in the eye: Evident symptoms after the surgery such as swelling, redness, and discomfort in the eye which can require medication or treatment.
  • Glare or Halos around lights: Vision problems as a result of blaming bright lights in which a person can see the ring or halo. For example, night vision can be a problem or discomfort.
  • Endophthalmitis (severe eye infection): Dangerously infectious organisms inside the eye that can cause loss of sight or other related complications if not treated immediately.
  • Retinal Detachment: The retina is separated from the back of the eye which leads to a losing field of vision or distortion that requires emergency medical care.
  • Persistent Corneal Edema: If oedema or fluid accumulation persists in the cornea, blurry vision or discomfort will occur on the part of the patient that may be managed with further treatment.