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Teleon LENTIS Progressive Optics IOLs

Discover the possibilities of modern eye surgery


The Future is Progressive Optics

Teleon’s innovative line of progressive optic rotationally asymmetric lenses features a unique approach to multifocal lens technology. Based on the refractive principles these IOLs stand out for their innovative sector shaped near vision segment characterized by a seamless single transition zone between the near and far vision zones.

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  • "With more than 95% light transmission, the Comfort can be implanted confidently and results in great distance and intermediate vision with functional near vision and very few complaints compared to the competition."

    Francis Roy, MD, FRSC
  • "Three years ago I would have only considered a monofocal lens for my own eyes, but if I was considering surgery right now this is the lens I would have myself."

    Julian Stevens, MD
    Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Moorfield Eye Hospital, UK, 2013.
  • "My results were so good that I moved to implanting only this lens, without particular discrimination in terms of patient selection."

    Prof. Dr. Jorge L. Alió, MD, PHD
  • "I use the Comfort IOL because it gives my patients a good quality range and clarity of vision without glare or halos. My results are consistent, and I am confident when recommending this lens to my patients."

    Dr. El-Karim Rhemtulla, MD, FRSC
    Chief of Ophthalmology Niagara Health
  • "I think that what we have to remember is that diffractive multifocal lenses have been available for 20 years, with a typical energy loss of approximately 20%. If we compare this to 7% (with the Mplus), the difference is not the 14% or 15% we showed in our study—the difference is a 66% less loss of energy. I think if you look at it from this perspective, then you can understand the big difference between this and other multifocal IOLs."

    Prof. Dr. Gerd U. Auffarth, MD, PhD
  • Quality of Vision, Patient Satisfaction & Long-term Visual Function After Bilateral Implantation of a Low Addition Multifocal Intraocular Lens

  • The Refractive Outcome of Toric Lentis Mplus Implant in Cataract Surgery

  • Comparative Analysis of the Visual and Refractive Outcomes of a Refractive Segmented Multifocal Intraocular Lens with and without Toricity: 1-Year Results

  • Benefits of a Rotationally Asymmetric Enhanced Depth of Focus, Bifocal Segment Intraocular Lens in an Older Cataract Population Ranging from 74 to 82 Years

  • Factors for Good Near and Distance Visual Outcomes of Multifocal Intraocular Lens with Inferior Segmental Near Add

  • Visual Outcome and Optical Quality After Implantation of Zonal Refractive Multifocal and Extended-Range-of-Vision IOLs: A Prospective Comparison

  • Quality of Vision, Patient Satisfaction and Long-term Visual Function After Bilateral Implantation of a Low Addition Multifocal Intraocular Lens

  • Comparison of Visual Outcome in 1,120 Eyes Using Rotational Asymmetric Multifocal IOLs - 5 Years of Experience in Different Addition Power

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  • Teleon Lentis Comfort | Comfort Toric Brochure

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