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COSTS OF LENS IMPLANTATION

 

Below, you´ll find an overview of the costs for multifocal implantation and Phake intraocular lens implantation. The cost of lens implantation is calculated according to the provisions of the Physicians' Fee Schedule (Bestimmungen der Gebührenordnung fur Ärzte) and may vary depending on the procedure and the lens used.

MULTIFOCAL LENSES

Even with the presbyopia occurring from the age of about 45, a lens implant can help. Multifocal lenses replace (as opposed to Phake intraocular lenses) the natural eye lens. This loses elasticity in the aging process and can therefore no longer adjust to different distances. One speaks of accommodation loss.

Depending on the lens used, the costs for a multifocal implant are approximately € 2,500 per eye. It is an outpatient procedure lasting only about 10 minutes per eye. Both eyes are treated at a distance of about one week.

The cost of lens implantation is calculated according to the provisions of the Physicians' Fee Schedule and may vary depending on the procedure and the lens used.

The decision as to which procedure and which lens will be used is made by the attending physician after thorough investigations.

PHAKE INTRAOCULAR LENSES

The Phake Intraocular Lens is an artificial lens implanted in the eye in addition to the natural eye lens. By implanting a Phake intraocular lens, myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism can be corrected. In particular, patients with particularly severe refractive errors benefit from the Phake intraocular lens implantation.

In your comprehensive preliminary examination, the appropriate treatment method and lens to be used will be discussed. Depending on the lens, the cost of a Phake intraocular lens implantation is around € 3,000 per eye.

The cost of lens implantation is calculated according to the provisions of the Physicians' Fee Schedule (Bestimmungen der Gebührenordnung fur Ärzte) and may vary depending on the procedure and the lens used.