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Iris fixated IOL designed for a spherical and cylindrical correction of myopic and hyperopic eyes.

The asymmetric optic of ARTISAN Toric has two components: sphere and cylinder. All (spherical) ARTISAN lenses for myopia and hyperopia can be supplied with cylinders between 1.0 and 7.5 diopters. It is also possible to produce optics with only a cylindric correction.


Features and Benefits:

• No rotation postop
• Reversible treatment
• Optimal clearance from vital tissues
• Predictable, reliable, stable, versatile
• Long term safety


Material: PMMA CQ-UV
Overall Ø: 8.5 mm
Body Ø: 5.0 mm | Concave-convex
Dioptric Powers: The Artisan Toric PIOL can correct astigmatism from 1.0 to 7.5 diopters


Cylinder Power (D) Min. to max. sphere power (D) (0.5 increments)        
-1.0 -22.0 to 7.5
-1.5 -21.5 to 8.0
-2.0 -21.0 to 8.5
-2.5 -20.5 to 9.0
-3.0 -20.0 to 9.5
-3.5  -19.5 to 10.0
-4.0 -19.0 to 10.5
-4.5 -18.5 to 11.0
-5.0 -18.0 to 11.5
-5.5 -17.5 to 12.0
-6.0 -17.0 to 12.5
-6.5 -16.5 to 13.0
-7.0 -16.0 to 13.5
-7.5 -15.5 to 14.0


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Surgical Procedures:

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The surgical techniques and opinions expressed in the videos are solely those of the surgeons and do not necessarily represent or reflect the views or opinions of OPHTEC BV.

Surgical Procedures

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ARTISAN Toric Implantation "Step by Step" Prof. J.L. Güell Spain

Experiences with (A)Phakic IOLs

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Interview with Dr Roberto Fernández-Buenaga Spain
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Interview with Dr Vinícius Ghanem Brazil
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Interview with Dr Patricio Grayeb Argentina


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Refractive outcomes and safety Dr R. Fernández Buenaga Spain
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Long term Unilateral Artisan/Artiflex implantation Prof. J.L. Güell Spain
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Artiflex Toric and limbal relaxing incisions Dr D. Sung Yong Kang South Korea
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Experience with Artisan and Artiflex Dr S. Kwitko Brazil
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Artiflex PIOL: Biometric criteria Dr T. Monteiro, Portugal
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Effects on Aqueous Flow Prof. R. Repetto Italy
United States