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INTACS in India

INTACS inserts, an alternative to laser surgery, are tiny, crescent-shaped prescription devices made of plastic polymer. INTACS inserts in India are an option for individuals experiencing intolerance to contact lens and are facing a corneal transplant.intacs-2

At Go health India, these inserts may be the best possible option to stabilize the cornea, to improve vision, and potentially to defer the need for a corneal transplant. The INTACS procedure may also be used as an alternative treatment for keratoconus. This procedure may develop vision and lessen the distortion caused by keratoconus.

Advantages to INTACS

  • May be replaced with new prescription, if needed;
  • Enhancement in vision happens for the most people within the first day;
  • No tissue removed;
  • Flexibility for prescription changes;
  • No maintenance, unlike contacts;
  • Does not alter curvature of cornea;
  • The patient to not feel the implants once they are inserted;
  • Over 50 percent of people who have INTACS come with 20/20 vision or better.

Who needs for INTACS?

People are best suited for INTACS inserts, if they have in the range of -1.00 and -3.00 diopters with less than 1.00 diopter of astigmatism. They have healthy eyes with no prior problems after INTACS. There may be other factors, but it is best to contact a qualified eye doctor to realize whether you are a candidate.

During INTACS Surgery

Step 1:

A single, small incision is made in the surface of the cornea. In preference to use mechanical cutting, some surgeons may make use of a laser to formulate the incision.

Step 2:

A centering guide is placed on the surface of the eye for several minutes liable to stabilize the eye and to make sure the proper alignment of the INTACS insert.

Step 3:

During this time, the corneal layers are gently separated in a narrow circular band on the outer edge where the INTACS will be placed.

Step 4:

The INTACS inserts are placed. Once this insertion is completed, the small opening in the cornea is closed with a suture.

Step 5:

The procedure is completed.