Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE) | Clear Lens Extraction and Replacement

    REFRACTIVE LENS EXCHANGE REFRACTIVE LENS EXCHANGE

    There are instances when your refractive error is too high, or your cornea is too thin, that laser refractive surgery isn't a good choice. Individuals who do not qualify for refractive surgery and are intolerant of eyeglasses or contact lenses may benefit from Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE). This is also known as Clear Lens Extraction And Replacement (CLEAR). RLE/CLEAR is basically the same procedure as cataract surgery in an individual without cataracts, and possessing a high refractive error, with a desire to be spectacle independent. All the machines, and procedures used in cataract surgery are utilized and performed in RLE/CLEAR.

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    Refractive Lens Exchange Packages

    RLE-Phacoemulsification-PACKAGE

    Phacoemulsification Refractive Lens Exchange Package

    • Phacoemulsification Refractive Lens Exchange Surgery at JCI-accredited hospitals

    • St. Luke's Medical Center Global City
    • Asian Hospital Medical Center
    • Most insurance companies and HMOs provide coverage for phacoemulsification cataract surgery. Philhealth provides basic coverage subject to a 5-day pre-approval process. If bladeless femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery is desired, please choose the Platinum packages instead.

    Refractive Lens Exchange

    Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Refractive Lens Exchange Package

    • This is the latest premium state-of-the-art bladeless Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Refractive Lens Exchange Surgery

    • St. Luke's Medical Center Global City (LenSx)
    • Most insurance companies and Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO) do not provide coverage for premium FLACS. Philhealth provides basic coverage subject to a 5-day pre-approval process. Choose this package if you wish to say goodbye to manual incisions and blades, and say hello to laser-precision, improved healing, faster visual recovery, and better visual outcomes.

    COMPARISON OF INTRAOCULAR LENS IMPLANTS

    MONOFOCAL MONOFOCAL TORIC MULTIFOCAL MULTIFOCAL TORIC EDOF VARIFOCAL POLYFOCAL ADD ON
    Distance Vision Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
    Intermediate Vision No No Yes Yes Yes Yes (Multifocal only)
    Near Vision No No Yes Yes Yes Yes (Multifocal only)
    Astigmatism Correction No Yes No Yes Yes (Varifocal Toric only) Yes (Toric only)
    Aspheric Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
    Preloaded Yes (Hoya 251, Micro123, Aspira, Bi-Flex HL) No Yes (AT LISA Tri) No No No
    Brands Acriva, Aspira, CT Asphina, Hoya 251, IQ, AMO, Envista, Bi-FLex HL, Micro123 AT Torbi, IQ Toric, Envista Toric, Torica, Bi-Flex T  AT LISA, AT LISA tri, Diffractiva, microF, RevIOL, Tri-ED, ReStor, Bi-Flex M AT LISA Toric, ReStor Toric, microF Toric, Bi-Flex MT Symfony, MPlus Comfort, MPlus MF20, MPlusX, MPlus MF30, WIOL Toric, Multifocal, SML
    Average Cost (in Philippine Pesos) 20,000 - 25,000 40,000 60,000 - 75,000 75,000 - 90,000 75,000 - 90,000 75,000 - 90,000

    COMPARISON OF INTRAOCULAR LENS IMPLANTS | ROQUE EYE CLINIC

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