Phakic intraocular implants

Our F708B is used when placing phakic implants.
These intraocular implants are called “phakic” because they are placed in the presence of the lens, unlike the implants used for cataract surgery which are intended to replace the lens that has become opaque. The procedure involves making thin incisions in the cornea through which the surgeon will insert the implant and manipulate it so that it is positioned correctly in the eye.