PreciSAL EZ™ Toric Intraocular Lens

The cutting edge is different​

That’s what PreciSAL EZ™ Toric lenses bring to you as a surgeon. We aim to correct astigmatism in patients and bring them back to a world of color, contrast and clarity.

PreciSAL EZ™ T302A

The lathe-cut technology used to create PreciSAL™ lenses provides precision and clarity that we believe is unmatched in the world of ophthalmology. It’s precision you can see.

We believe that the MBI process provides a good co- efficient of friction on the finished edges which, in turn, facilitate a much better attachment of the capsular bag to the lens post-op to hold it in place.

The precise quadrant lathing is intended to spread the lens power over a greater area and, therefore, far more forgiving in rotational misplacement. In conjunction with the intended improved attachment of the lens to the capsular bag, PreciSAL EZ™ Toric promotes lens positioning that is intended to be fail-safe.

Greater accuracy with more consistency

Both spheres and cylinders are available in 0.5 Diopter increments, providing unparalleled accuracy in treatment.

PreciSAL EZ™ Toric T302A

Other Toric IOL

The topographic images and optical histograms above show the superior spread of cylinder correction across more of the optic: both radially and towards the edge of the optic. This means the PreciSAL EZ™ Toric offers the maximum available area for Toric correction, reducing susceptibility to rotation or miss-alignment.

(Dr. André Dosso, Dr. Sylvain Dreifuss, Geneva, Switzerland)

Rotational stability and visual outcome after implantation PreciSAL EZ™ Toric shows a very good tolerance of off axis misplacement and achievement of excellent postoperative visual outcomes.

Moreover, the aspheric IOL evaluated in the current study provided an excellent rotational stability which seemed to be mainly related to the IOL material (hydrophobic acrylic) and design. Therefore, the Toric Monofocal PreciSAL is a very good candidate to correct corneal astigmatism in cataract patients.

The mean preoperative keratometric cylinder was 2.41 D (range 1.5 to 3.25) and the postoperative refractive cylinder was 0.44 (range 0 to 0.75). At day one, the mean axis misplacement was 6.3° (range 0 to 12°). At one month, the mean IOL rotation was 1.2° (range 0 to 3°). None of the IOLs required realignment.

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