Rayner M-flex® T Multifocal Toric IOL

 

Standard multifocal IOLs are often contraindicated for patients with >1.5D of corneal astigmatism. With the Rayner® M-flex T Multifocal Toric IOL, the combination of multifocal and toric optical components allow the potential benefit of reduced spectacle dependence to be extended to patients with significant corneal astigmatism.

Rayner’s M-flex T Multifocal Toric IOL combines the separate optical features of the parent models, M-flex® and T-flex® Aspheric, to provide a superior multifocal outcome1 with an accurate, predictable and sustainable toric correction2.

 

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Rayner M-flex® Multifocal IOL

 

Rayner M-flex Multifocal IOLs provide a degree of pseudoaccommodation, lessening the need for additional refractive correction by spectacles or contact lenses.

Rayner M-flex Multifocal IOLs are based on a multi-zoned refractive aspheric optic technology, with either 4 or 5 annular zones (depending on IOL base power) providing +3.0D or +4.0D of additional refractive power at the IOL plane (equivalent to +2.25D or +3.0D at the spectacle plane). The power additions have been carefully selected for optimum performance with reduced incidence of halo or glare1.

Unlike diffractive IOLs, which are associated with a significant loss of light transmission (typically 18 – 20%) resulting in a corresponding reduction in contrast sensitivity1, M-flex IOLs are associated with superior visual outcomes.

With M-flex, the Amon-Apple Enhanced Square Edge is implemented only on the posterior surface of the optic.