IOL Eye Model
With this model, you can demonstrate different types of IOL implants and procedures. Comes with six IOL lenses.
The model provides the opportunity to ease patient uncertainty with a demonstration. The model also shows a cross section of the eye in three layers: the retina, choroid, and sclera with veins and arteries, including the central retinal artery and vein. It is made of plastic, measures 3.75 inches in diameter, and is mounted on a larger white, opaque plastic base. It is realistically colored and textured. The cornea, optic nerve, and insertion of muscle are shown.
IOL Lens Set of 6
With this set, you can demonstrate different types of IOL implants and procedures. This set is compatible with Gulden Cataract Models and IOL Models.
The Intra Ocular Lens Eye Model dramatically demonstrates how vision is re-gained after removal of a cataract. The six (6) inter-changeable lenses simulate IOL and Toric implants of clear posterior capsule, cloudy capsule, and post YAG posterior capsulotomy.
Many patients find current explanations about their vision loss and the outcome of IOL or Toric surgery difficult to understand and are apprehensive about surgical procedures they do not comprehend.
Premium IOL Options Lens Set
The premium IOL Options Lens Sets are designed to occupy the place in the Eye Model where the natural lens is currently situated. All three IOL implant options can be demonstrated by simply substituting one type of implant for another, depending on the patient particular refractive condition.
Interchangeable lenses include a Monofocal IOL, a Toric IOL, and a multifocal IOL. Standard Monofocal IOL implants are designed to restore distance vision. These IOL's are typically covered by insurance. Premium Toric IOL implants correct pre-existing astigmatism and multifocal lenses help to improved vision at near, intermediate, and far distances. Since patients pay extra for the premium IOL implants, it is important to discuss not only their IOL options but also how they work to correct their particular refractive error.