Will Light Adjustable Lens (LAL®) From Calhoun Vision Revolutionize Cataract Surgery?
December 7, 2010
Yesterday, Vision Rejuvenation Victoria, a Canadian leader in advanced cataract and refractive lens exchange surgery, announced that it had become the first eyecare centre in Canada to implant the Light Adjustable Intraocular Lens from Calhoun Vision.
The Calhoun Vision LAL® Light Adjustable Lens is a technology used during cataract surgery that allows an implanted intraocular lens to be adjusted to a patient’s ideal individual visual requirements after implantation through the safe, fast and non-invasive application of light.
Reader can learn more about the technology on the Calhoun Vision website. The technology has not yet been approved for sale in the United States. Clinical trials were begun in January 2009 to prove safety and effectiveness.
Read the full press release about the technology’s use in Canada.
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