G Fold Yellow Blue Light Filter Intraocular Lens - Grevis Pharma

G Fold Yellow Blue Light Filter Intraocular Lens

G Fold Yellow Blue Light Filter Intraocular Lens


G-Fold Yellow Blue Light Filter Intraocular Lens made of advanced acrylate monomer ultra-pure materials offers high biocompatibility and ultraviolet protection. These lenses are crafted by advanced technologies including lathe cutting and milling that are super precise and in the end tumble-polished to give a glossy surface. There are water-soluble ones and they interchangeably come in multiple shapes to accommodate different surgeon’s preferences. Such intraocular lenses are known to possess higher modulation transfer function (MTF) values for absolute visual performance in various light situations.

The G-Fold Foldable IOLs, with 360-degree step square edge and haptic junction around the edge of the optic, work as a kind of shield to prevent the cells from migrating on the posterior capsule. Moreover, the site vault angulation and haptic compression play a role in posterior zeophthalan movement hoping for more contact between the IOL and posterior capsule. Also, this feature is not only effective in PCO reduction but also increases the overall endpoint strength.


Features of G-Fold Intraocular Lens

  • Non-toxic, highly compatible with biological material. Use our AI to write for you about Instruction: Humanize the given sentence.
  • Acrylic polymer containing 26% water to enhance flexibility.
  • The monomer structure is flexible and soft, and it returns fast to use, similar to a point spread function.
  • The mechanical properties allow the lens to fold easily and get injected with precision, thus providing a smooth and accurate unfolding.
  • Step square-edge design with low YAG procedure and edge-related aberration and glare reduction is one of the benefits.
  • Innovative production technology ensures that the material characteristics are maintained to achieve great precision of the results.


Advantages of These Intraocular Lens

  • Filters the harmful blue light and removes it, thus reducing eye strain.
  • Developing the ability to detect details, such as in a dark situation.
  • Infrared technology protects the vision from the bright light.
  • Protects eyes from UV radiation, thus preventing the occurrence of eye conditions.
  • offers a selective photochromic effect where harmful rays are blocked off but the true colour vision is retained.
  • Individually customized for personal needs in personalized vision correction. Essays
  • Ensures not only the well-being of eyes but also their comfort.


Who can use These Yellow Blue Light Filter Intraocular Lenses?

The G-Fold Yellow Blue Light Filter Intraocular Lenses can be used by individuals who:

  • If they are either undergoing cataract surgery or need the replacement of intraocular lenses.
  • Strain or discomfort the eyes when they are overly exposed to screens for a long time, and bright lights.
  • Have reduced ability to distinguish contrast and objects, particularly in the low-light environment.
  • To preserve eye health, look for alternatives against harmful blue light and UV radiation.
  • Need for better vision clarity with less glare during driving or outdoor work.
  • Promote naturally coloured vision with added personalized options for vision correction.
  • Are concerned about long-term eye health and want to minimize the risk of conditions like cataracts or macular degeneration.


What are the Possible Complications While Using this Lens?

While the G-Fold Yellow Blue Light Filter Intraocular Lens offers numerous benefits, like any medical device, it may pose some potential complications. These can include:

  • Inflammation: Some people might suffer from inflammation in the eye as a result of lens implantation which can result in discomfort and vision loss.
  • Glare or Halos: Even though the lens cuts down the brightness for a majority of the users, some people may experience glare or halo around the lights, especially at night or in low-light situations.
  • Decreased Contrast Sensitivity: Even though the intended effect of the lens is to improve contrast sensitivity, people may instead suffer deteriorated contrast sensitivity which affects their vision in some circumstances.
  • Dislocation or Decentration: In very rare cases, the lens implant may become misplaced or not centred properly within the eye, resulting in poor visual clarity and may require additional surgery to relocate or replace the lens.
  • Posterior Capsule Opacification (PCO): Capsule formation behind the intraocular lens will ultimately cause the vision to become blurred. This procedure, which is commonly referred to as PCO, can usually be cured by a laser treatment.