ICL, which stands for Implantable Collamer Lens, is a vision correction procedure designed to address refractive errors such as nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism. Unlike traditional laser vision correction procedures like LASIK or PRK, ICL involves the surgical implantation of a clear, biocompatible lens into the eye, rather than reshaping the cornea.

Discover Clear, Natural Vision with ICL at Sarvdrishti Hospital: Ready to experience the life-changing benefits of ICL? Schedule a consultation with our experienced ophthalmologists at Sarvdrishti Hospital. Our specialists will evaluate your candidacy, address your questions and concerns, and guide you through the entire ICL process. Trust us to provide personalized care, advanced technology, and exceptional outcomes for your vision correction needs. Say goodbye to glasses and contacts, and embrace clear, natural vision with ICL at Sarvdrishti Hospital.


If you have ICL, you may observe


Sensitivity to light


Blurry vision


Halos or glare


Eye redness or irritation

Benefits of ICL at Sarvdrishti Hospital:

High Precision and Customization:

At Sarvdrishti Hospital, we prioritize precision and customization to deliver optimal results with ICL. Our team utilizes advanced diagnostic technology to assess your unique eye characteristics, ensuring that the ICL is tailored to your specific needs. This personalized approach enhances the accuracy of the procedure and improves visual outcomes.

Excellent Visual Quality:

ICL provides excellent visual quality, offering sharper, clearer vision compared to traditional glasses or contacts. The lens is made from biocompatible collamer material, which is highly transparent and provides natural light transmission, preserving the natural visual quality.

Wide Range of Vision Correction:

ICL can effectively correct a wide range of refractive errors, including high degrees of nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Whether you have mild or severe vision impairment, our specialists will evaluate your eligibility for ICL and guide you through the entire treatment process.

Minimally Invasive Procedure:

ICL implantation is a minimally invasive procedure that involves a short recovery period. Our skilled surgeons perform the procedure with precision and care, ensuring your comfort and safety throughout the process. Most patients experience rapid visual improvement and can resume their normal activities shortly after the procedure.

Experienced ICL Specialists:

Sarvdrishti Hospital houses a team of experienced ICL specialists who have a deep understanding of the procedure and its nuances. Our surgeons are dedicated to delivering outstanding results and providing compassionate care throughout your ICL journey.

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ICL offers several advantages, including high-quality vision correction, rapid visual recovery, and potential reversibility. The lens provides excellent visual acuity and contrast sensitivity, often resulting in better night vision compared to other vision correction methods. Additionally, ICL is suitable for individuals with thin or irregular corneas who may not be good candidates for laser procedures.

However, it is essential to consult with an experienced eye care professional to determine if ICL is the right option based on individual eye health, refractive error, and other factors. As with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks and considerations that should be discussed thoroughly before undergoing ICL surgery.

Treatments for ICL

Consultation and Evaluation An ophthalmologist evaluates the patient's eye health, refractive error, and suitability for ICL surgery.

Preoperative Measurements Precise measurements of the eye are taken to determine the appropriate size and power of the ICL

Surgical Procedure The ICL, a soft, flexible lens, is implanted into the eye through a small incision. It is positioned behind the iris and in front of the eye's natural lens.

FAQ-ICL Surgery at Sarvdrishti Hospital

ICL stands for Implantable Collamer Lens, which is a type of lens implanted in the eye to correct refractive errors such as nearsightedness (myopia) or astigmatism.

ICL involves the implantation of a lens, while LASIK reshapes the cornea; ICL is reversible, while LASIK is not.

ICL surgery is typically performed under local anesthesia, and patients usually experience minimal discomfort during the procedure.

Yes, ICL can be removed or replaced if necessary, providing flexibility and reversibility.

Suitability for ICL depends on various factors, such as the severity of refractive error, overall eye health, and other individual considerations—consultation with an eye care professional is necessary to determine candidacy.