Trusight optic: glistening-free

The single-piece hydrophobic acrylic IOL glistening-free1,2

StableFlex™ technology: controlled unfolding3

For a smooth and controlled IOL delivery

Advanced Optics (AO) technology: aberration-free aspheric optic design

enVista®‘s Advanced Optics (AO) technology has been designed to not induce any positive or negative spherical aberration.

  • Neutral to the cornea
  • Less sensitive to decentration4
  • Preserves some degree of depth of field5
  • Aspheric anterior and posterior surfaces

AccuSet™ haptics: designed for predictability and stable centration1,2,6

  • Fenestrated haptics designed to prevent transference of stress from the haptic to the optic
  • Haptics designed to maximize the contact angle against the capsular bag

SureEdge™ design: continuous 360º posterior squareedge to prevent PCO*7




  • Hydrophobic acrylic glistening-free
  • 4 % water content
  • UV Filter
  • Refraction index: 1.53


  • Monofocal optic, aspheric, aberration-free, biconvex
  • Modified C-loop haptics design
  • 360° posterior square edge
  • Haptics with fenestration holes
  • Optic diameter: 6.0 mm
  • Overall diameter: 12.5 mm



    • From 0.00 D to +10.00 D (1.00 D steps)
    • From 0.00 D to +34.00 D :
      • From +10.00 D to +30.00 D (0.50 D steps)
      • From +30.00 D to +34.00 D (1.00 D steps)




Pre-loaded SimplifEYE™ injection system

Recommended incision size ≥ 2,2 mm


Optic Constant :

  • SRK/T Constant A: 119.1
  • ACD: 5.61
  • Surgeon factor: 1.85
  • Haigis: a0: 1.46 / a1: 0.40 / a2: 0.10

Ultrasonic Constant:

  • Constant A: 118.7
  • ACD: 5.37
  • Surgeon factor: 1.62


EnVista Brochure

EnVista Loading Guide

1. M. Packer, L. Fry, K. Lavery, R. Lehmann, ‘Safety and effectiveness of a glistening-free single-piece hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lens (enVista)’. Clin Ophthalmol. 2013;7:1905–1912. 2. P. Heiner et al. ‘Safety and effectiveness of a single-piece hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lens’ (enVista®) – results of a European and Asian-Pacific study. Clinical Ophthalmology 2014:8 629–635. 3. R&D report ENG16-067S_ 08082016. 4. G. Altmann, et al., ‘Optical performance of 3 intraocular lens designs in the presence of decentration’. J Cataract Refract Surg. 2005 Mar; 31:574-85. 5. B. Johansson, S. Sundelin et al., ‘Visual and optical performance of the Akreos Adapt Advanced Optics and Tecnis Z9000 intraocular lenses: Swedish multicenter study’, Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery. 2007 September; Vol. 33. 6. Garzon et al., ‘Evaluation of Visual Outcomes After Implantation of Monofocal and Multifocal Toric Intraocular Lenses.’ J Refract Surg. 2015;31(2):90-97. 7. Ton Van C., Tran T.H.C: Incidence of posterior capsular opacification requiring Nd:YAG capsulotomy after cataract surgery and implantation of envista®MX60 IOL. Journal francais d’ophtalmologie (2018) 41 : 899-903