Life is in the details, and there is no better way to be genuinely happy than enjoying every one of them. So, if your ultimate dream is to experience life without having to deal with contact lenses or glasses, and you’re not a candidate for LASIK, EVO Visian ICL is your best bet.  

What is EVO Visian ICL?

Also referred to as the Implantable Collamer® Lens, EVO Visian ICL works to rectify standard vision problems such as nearsightedness (myopia). It’s a refractive implant, which is a perfect choice for patients with or without astigmatism. With this technology, patients get to enjoy vision correction, even if they are not eligible for more common vision correction procedures. 

The main agenda of EVO Visian ICL is reducing or completely removing your need for contacts or glasses. Also, your doctor can remove this refractive implant, whenever you want, something you wouldn’t enjoy with permanent refractive solutions. 

What Should I Expect During My EVO Visian ICL Procedure?

Since the EVO Visian ICL comprises biocompatible Collamer material, it seamlessly works with your eye to give you the results you desire.  

For this, your doctor creates a gap in your cornea, to act as the insertion point for the EVO Visian ICL. The inserting process is usually gentle and painless thanks to the use of numbing drops. After all is set, your doctor will insert and carefully position the implant, a procedure that takes around 20 to 30 minutes. You will immediately begin to enjoy your newly acquired improved vision. You might experience discomfort after surgery, something that’s easily manageable with prescription eye drops/ medication. 

EVO surgery is an outpatient procedure.

What Are the Benefits of EVO Visian ICL?

  • Less occurences of Dry eye syndrome
  • They’re removable anytime you and your doctor decide
  • Not time-consuming – takes 20-30 minutes
  • Gives you clear and sharp vision to enjoy the details of life
  • Short recovery time with proper adherence to prescriptions
  • Can protect you from UV
  • Once inserted, one cannot tell if you have one or not. 
  • Perfect for patients with thin cornea issues or those not suitable for LASIK
  • A good treatment option for nearsightedness (myopia) with or without astigmatism

What Are the Cost Implications for EVO Vision ICL?

The cost of an EVO implant primarily depends on your treatment plan. However, one thing is for sure, choosing this procedure helps you save more, compared to the frequent glasses and contacts costs. Always let your preferred financial option guide you as far as the EVO Vision ICL costs are concerned.

IS EVO Procedure Right for Me?

You’re suitable for EVO Visian ICL if you’re:

  • Between 21-60 years old.
  • Either nearsighted with mild myopia with or without astigmatism.
  • Have managed to maintain a stable prescription for around a year
  • Searching for a procedure that doesn’t cause the dry eye syndrome
  • Want to reduce your current contacts or glasses costs. 

EVO Visian ICL After Surgery Care

  1. Ensure you visit your doctor the next day after your surgery for an important eye exam. 
  2. You might want to consider getting some sunglasses if you’re feeling light sensitive. 
  3. Take the prescribed pain medication for a few days to help you manage your hurting eyes. 
  4. Use eye ointment or drop as guided by your doctor.
  5. It’s best to see/contact your doctor if you start experiencing severe pain. 
  6. Avoid rubbing your eyes. 

Before settling for EVO Visian ICL, talk with your preferred eye professional, and ensure you undergo a complete eye examination. Also, get to understand the benefits, risks, and even possible complications associated with this procedure. Remember, information is power, and it will help you make a sound decision. 

Comparing EVO Visian ICL to other Vision Correction Procedures; Which one is Best for Me?


EVO Visian ICL (implant correcting vision without the removal of the cornea tissue) LASIK (2-step laser vision correction procedure done through a flapping on the cornea surface, and then reshaping underlying layers to correct vision) Refractive Lens (Removal of the natural crystalline lens to be replaced by intraocular lens implant/IOL, to correct vision)
Nearsightedness Moderate-Severe Mild-Moderate Mild-Moderate
Farsightedness No Yes Mild to Severe
Astigmatism Yes Yes Mild to Moderate
Thin Cornea Yes Limited Yes