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THE SURGICAL PROCEDURE


The Visian ICL procedure is a short 15 minute outpatient procedure that involves several important steps.

Topical Anesthesia
On the day of your procedure, prior to surgery, your surgeon will administer topical anesthesia to minimize discomfort, however you may still feel pressure in your eye. Additionally, you may or may not be given a sedative.

Lens Positioning Openings
Once you are comfortable, your surgeon will begin the procedure. First, the surgeon will create one or two small openings at the base of your cornea that will be used to position the lens.

Gel-like Solution
Next, a gel-like substance will be placed inside your eye to protect the eye during lens placement. This gel will be removed at the end of the procedure.

Lens Opening
Following placement of the gel, a small opening will be made, through which the lens will be inserted.

Insertion of Corrective Lens
Prior to the Visian ICL procedure, your correctivelens was selected based on your individual prescription. The lens was folded and loaded into a small cartridge which will now be placed through the incision. As the lens is inserted, it will gently unfold in your eye. Once the lens has fully unfolded, the four corners of the lens will be placed behind your iris. This makes the lens invisible to both you and others.

Completion of Procedure
To complete the procedure, the surgeon will administer eye drops to help prevent infection and inflammation. You will continue to use these drops for several days after your procedure.

Because the incision made during surgery is so small, sutures are typically not needed following the Visian ICL surgery. For comfort and protection, the surgeon may cover the eye with a patch or shield and prescribe drops or medication.

Follow-Up Care after the Visian ICL Procedure
Within 24 hours of undergoing the Visian ICL surgery, you will have a follow-up visit with the ophthalmologist. The surgeon will monitor the eye's internal pressure and will discuss your progress.
 

 
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DR. DANA KINDBERG OPTOMETRY
Dr. Kindberg’s focus is treating your family’s eye care needs, while keeping in mind that the eyes are the windows to a person’s overall health. This allows Dr. Kindberg to look for and monitor signs of diabetes, high blood pressure and other systemic diseases. Dana's expertise, along with her caring and compassionate demeanor, puts her patients at ease while her expertise and knowledge ensure excellent patient care. Dr. Kindberg remains committed to adhering to the clinic’s core value of excellent medical eye care and each patient’s best vision.

We will make every effort to take a complete approach to your eye care. This means that we will take the time to not only understand your eye health and visual needs, but your general health, lifestyle, and dietary habits as well. This is somewhat rare in health care today, but we think you will find it to be a refreshing change.

Schedule your Eye health and Vision appointment today with our experienced eye care providers inside LensCrafters at our Overlake Plaza or Redmond Town Center in our Redmond Washington locations and give your vision the level of care and attention your vision and health deserves.



Overlake Plaza 2040 148th Ave NE Redmond, WA 98052 Phone: (425) 641-9202 Fax: (425) 641-9204
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