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Don't throw your corneal lenticules away
Preserve them for your future self.

Good news for all SMILE patients!

Are you going for a vision correction procedure (e.g. SMILE, CLEAR, SmartSight) to correct your short-sightedness and/ or astigmatism? Good news! You now have the opportunity to preserve your own corneal lenticules obtained from your vision correction procedure, as your own biological resource. These lenticules can potentially be used to treat eye-related conditions* in the future.

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What is Corneal Lenticule

What is Corneal Lenticule?

Corneal lenticule is a disc-shaped tissue extracted as a by-product during the laser refractive surgery procedure to correct myopia.
Preserving Corneal Lenticules

Preserving Corneal Lenticules

In recent years, international researchers have been performing implantation of lenticules on the eyes of patients to correct vision disorders.
Biological Lenticules

Biological Lenticules

Lenticules are usually applied on patients using tissue addition technique. Preliminary results from clinical trials have shown such procedures to be safe and carry a low risk of rejection.
Potential uses of your Lenticules

Potential uses of your Lenticules

Lenticule (re-)implantation is additive to the cornea’s thickness, reshapes it and intentionally shifts that eye towards myopia.

Advantages of using your biological lenticules over synthetic options1

Lenticules are usually applied on patients using tissue addition technique. Preliminary results from clinical trials have shown such procedures to be safe and carry a low risk of rejection. Compared to the use of synthetic inlays, lenticule re-implantation avoids the risk of corneal inflammation, scarring and haze due to superior biocompatibility. In the event of any adverse effects or rejection, the procedure can be easily reversed.
  • Biologically-safe
  • No scarring of the cornea
  • Reduce risk of corneal inflammation and hazing
  • Reversible
  • No rejection

Eye Experts join the vision

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Professor Donald Tan

Medical Advisor
OptiQ (Singapore)
MBBS, FRCS (Ed), FRCS (G), FRCOphth (UK), FAMS

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Professor Jod Mehta

Medical Advisor
OptiQ (Singapore)
MBBS, FRCOphth, FRCS (Ed), FAMS, PhD (UK)

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Jasline Toh

Senior Paediatric Optometrist
Dip.Optom

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1. Angunawela et al. Refractive Lenticule Re-Implantation after Myopic ReLEx - A Feasibility Study of Stromal Restoration after Refractive Surgery in a Rabbit Model.2012
*Eye conditions treatable by lenticule implantation are currently under clinical trials.