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Premium: LENTIS Mplus Family intraocular lenses

The totally unique optical design of the first rotationally asymmetric LENTIS Mplus has revolutionised the multifocal IOL market worldwide. Well over 250,000 Mplus implantations over 5 years and a high number of clinical trials are evidence of the superiority of this patented technology over conventional diffractive multifocal lenses. In 2013, Oculentis presented the LENTIS Mplus X, an even more advanced version of the Mplus success model that offers increased visual performance, particularly in the near range.

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Premium: LENTIS Mplus Family intraocular lenses

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Extend your Vision!
The totally unique optical design of the first rotationally asymmetric LENTIS Mplus has revolutionised the multifocal IOL market worldwide. Well over 250,000 Mplus implantations over 5 years and a high number of clinical trials are evidence of the superiority of this patented technology over conventional diffractive multifocal lenses. In 2013, Oculentis presented the LENTIS Mplus X, an even more advanced version of the Mplus success model that offers increased visual performance, particularly in the near range.
A new family member: LENTIS Mplus MF20
With the introduction of the lower near addition of 2 diopters, the Mplus family is now complete. The LENTIS Mplus MF20 represents the new standard in refractive lens surgery for modern vision from distance to the extended near range, without compromises. The softer transition between the two optical zones results in maximum light usage for the day-to-day intermediate range and thus leads to a brilliant vision.
LENTIS Family – Which lens for which patient?
All three Mplus options are multifocal lenses designed to correct presbyopia for optimised spectacle independence. They cover all three visual ranges (distance, intermediate and near) at varying dominances from good (**) and very good (***) to excellent (****).Why? A patient’s everyday visual demands are more individual and different than ever before. Our everyday lives, lifestyles and professional lives determine our visual habits and every individual uses and assesses the various visual ranges differently. In addition, technical innovations in media communications further differentiate our vision: near vision is no longer simply limited to reading a newspaper or a package leaflet, but now also includes handling, reading and writing on tablets, smartphones, laptops, e-books or desktops. These everyday tasks can involve distances ranging from 25 to 75 cm and are all assigned to near or so-called intermediate vision. The LENTIS Mplus Family meets the challenge of these individually varying visual requirements. Choose the right MIOL for each of your patients and achieve the best possible patient satisfaction!

Lentis Mplus Vergleich
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Comparative study LENTIS Mplus X and LENTIS Mplus MF30
Dr. Aloysius Joseph Low, VISTA Eye Specialist, Malaysia
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Further results of the comparative study:
  • Less halos and glare phenomena
  • Fewer problems reading, even in low light
  • Better contrast viewing as a result of less than 5% light loss
  • Easy to implant, no refractive error
  • Also suitable for LASIK patients, no HOA
  • Very high patient satisfaction
Clinical results LENTIS Mplus LS-313 MF30
Prof. Dr. Jan Venter, Medical Director Optical Express, London, UK
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Clinical results LENTIS Mplus LS-313 MF20
With the LS-313 MF20, Oculentis offers a Low-Add MIOL variant of LENTIS® Mplus, a lifestyle multifocal lens without side effects that focuses performance on the intermediate and far ranges. Whereas the MF30 covers the complete spectrum, the MF20 focuses on the important intermediate range while still offering good performance for reading. The best feature is that the lenses do all this without compromises, so that the 2.0 Addition (normally) gets along almost entirely without side effects such as glare, halos or double images.Dr. Josef Reiter, Augen MVZ Landshut, Germany

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Dr. Robert J. Morris, Southampton University Hospitals, UK
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For further information about LENTIS Mplus X | Mplus have a look hereand for information about LENTIS Mplus Xtoric | Mplus Toric have a look here

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LENTIS: Large selection of IOL designs

Oculentis offers a variety of IOL designs. Choose between (a)spherical, 1-piece or 3-piece IOL, IOL with or without violet light filtering technology
Aspherical intraocular lenses

The imaging quality of intraocular lenses (IOL) is one of the key factors to ensure an optimal vision for patients after a cataract surgery.

Aspherical LENTIS IOL are characterized by an aberration corrective surface structure. Basis for their design is not as usual a purely spherical cornea but a slightly aspherical cornea (anticipated in the human eye). Studies have shown that the human cornea shows asphericity in respect of the statistical median. Due to this fact, Intraocular lenses, which take into account this aberration, lead to a better visual acuity and better image quality.

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Figure: All aspherical LENTIS lenses are also available with violet light filter: LS-312Y and LS-313Y
 
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LS-412Y:

Oculentis’ 3-piece aspheric IOL with violet light filter is by its overall diameter of 13.0 mm (optical diameter 6.0 mm) the perfect intraocular lens for the optimal sulcus fixation.

 

 

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All aspherical LENTIS lenses are manufactured in the sub-micron lathing process. The square-edge design and the superior surface quality of our HydroSmart Acrylic reduce the post-surgery-cataract formation and thus the post-treatment rate. A recent study conducted by the Berlin Eye Research Institute (BERI confirms the exceptionally sharp optic edges of the LENTIS IOL for a better PCO prophylaxis (Study as PDF-Download below). All LENTIS lenses show an excellent biocompatibility and high stability in the capsule bag.

 

Spherical intraocular lenses
All spherical lenses of Oculentis are manufactured with a state-of-the-art Sub-Micron Lathing technique. Thanks to this technology, the lenses do not require additional polishing after production and thus keep their square edges. This “square edge design“ as well as the excellent surface quality lead to a lower rate of secondary cataract formation and thus reduce the need for additional treatment.
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Figure: All spherical LENTIS lenses are also available with violet light filter.
For more detailed specification regarding our LENTIS IOL refer to the respective product information or contact our Team International Representative

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Spherical Intraocular Lenses

Spherical aberrations are an optical imaging error, which leads to impaired vision. External light rays are refracted more strongly than the more central rays (see figure). Therefore, not all light rays will focus on the macula (yellow spot or „point of sharpest vision“). This results in poor contrast sensitivity. Spherical intraocular lenses do not correct these aberrations.

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Aspherical LENTIS Intraocular Lenses

All aspherical LENTIS intraocular lenses correct these spherical aberrations. The aspherical lens surface focuses all the light rays correctly on the macula. Thereby an optimal image on the retina is created which leads to a very good contrast sensitivity for the patient. In turn twilight vision will be improved.

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