You have made the choice to undergo the implantation of an Acri.LISA intraocular lens. Cataract surgery is one the most common surgical procedures and one of the safest and most effective types of surgery. Through a tiny incision, the natural eye lens is removed and the new one implanted. A bandage is then placed over the operated eye, which can be removed the next day. The incision is self-sealing. You will in general be able to resume your normal activities the following day. The Acri.LISA intraocular lens is distinguished by a particularly high level of patient satisfaction. In the vast majority of cases, glasses are no longer necessary as Acri.LISA enables sufficient near and distance vision.
With this guide we explain how your vision will change after surgery; what you should remember; and what you can do to enhance the healing process and avoid complication.