The EVO ICL procedure takes 20 to 30 minutes. Your eyes are numbed with an anesthetic eye drop to ensure you feel no pain during the surgery. Dr. Waring or Dr. DeCourcey will make a small incision to implant the ICL between your iris (the colored part of your eye) and the natural lens of your eye.
The EVO ICL lens is placed behind your iris, ensuring it is not visible to anyone except for your eye doctor. Dr Waring will schedule a follow-up appointment the same day or the next day after your procedure to ensure your healing is going smoothly and according to plan.
You will not be able to feel the lens as it does not adhere to any structures within your eye. Once it is in place, it will not move.