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Waite Vision Answers Questions About EVO ICL

November 03, 2022
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The premier vision correction center in Utah, Waite Vision, released a new article about the benefits of the EVO ICL procedure for correcting vision. The EVO Visian ICL is an implantable collamer lens that is placed inside the natural eye behind the iris to help correct nearsightedness and astigmatism. The article talks about its benefits, cost and answers questions prospective patients may have regarding the procedure.

For patients who are nearsighted, EVO Visian ICL may be the best option when it comes to vision correction procedures. Dr. Waite, a highly skilled refractive surgeon at Waite Vision, creates a small incision to insert the artificial lens. This relatively quick procedure lasts only ten minutes and provides immediate visual improvement with a quick recovery time.

Ideal candidates for the EVO ICL procedure are tired of wearing glasses or contact lenses and are nearsighted with or without astigmatism. Many EVO ICL patients have been told they are not candidates for LASIK or other types of refractive surgery. The article also explains the Waite Vision process for determining if someone is a candidate for an EVO ICL procedure. The vision center offers a comprehensive consultation for $150 that includes a full diagnostic workup with seven different tests. These test results give Dr. Waite the information he needs to recommend the correct and best vision correction procedure for each patient’s unique needs.

Waite Vision also discusses in the article the cost of the procedure and how it compares to the cost of paying for glasses and contacts over a person’s lifetime. They encourage patients to see the cost of the procedure as an investment in their vision and future.

The article also strives to answer some of the frequently asked questions Waite Vision receives about EVO ICL. It covers things like what an EVO ICL procedure does, if insurance pays for the procedure, if the surgery is uncomfortable, how long the results of the procedure last and more.

A skilled group of medical professionals and support staff make up the Waite Vision center for vision correction. Their mission is to use vision correction to enhance quality of life. The Waite Vision comprehensive diagnostic consultation will assist patients in understanding which type of operation will work best for their vision needs among the many various types of vision correction procedures they provide. Waite Vision, founded by Dr. Aaron Waite, is a state-of-the-art facility that is well situated to serve patients from all around the state of Utah. Visit the article or get in touch with a member of the Waite Vision team to schedule a consultation if one wants to find out more about EVO ICL.

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About Waite Vision:

Waite Vision is superior vision correction center built around you. You have options, including LASIK, SMILE, PRK, ICLs, Refractive Lens Exchange and Corneal Cross-Linking. Let’s make blurry vision a thing of the past, so you can live life in focus.

Contact Waite Vision:

Jen Martin
3333 Digital Dr #300
Lehi, UT 84043
(801) 876-6000

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