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Everybody Deserves To See The World Clearly.

We feel that everyone deserves to have a healthy vision. That’s why we’ve set out to deliver the finest eye care possible.

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Why ICL / Implants​ from Eyemantra?

Free Surgery Consultation

Laser Painless Procedure

EMI / Cashless Facilities

Free Post Surgery Consultation

Dedicated Care Companion

Most Affordable Surgery

Why ICL / Implants​ Surgery?

Recovery TimeQuickQuickUpto 4 WeeksQuick
Immediate Visual AcuityYesYesNo. Vision continues to improve during healing processNo. Improved visual acuity after both procedures
Contributes to Dry EyeOccasionalNoYes. During recovery period.Occasional
Reversible or RemovableNoYesNoNo
UV ProtectionNoYesNoNo
Treats MyopiaMid to ModerateModerate to SevereMid to ModerateYes
Treats HyperopiaMid to ModerateNoMid to ModerateYes
Treats AstigmatismYesYesYesYes

Hear from our Patients


“I had my ICL surgery done at eyemantra and it was a great experience! The staff were all very professional and caring, and the surgery went smoothly. I’m now enjoying much better vision than before. I highly recommend eyemantra to anyone considering this type of surgery.”

– Carol

Frequently Asked Question's

The best time to have ICL surgery is when your eyes are healthy and you have a stable prescription. This means that your myopia, or nearsightedness, has not changed for at least one year. You should also be over 18 years old, since your eyesight is still changing during your teenage years.

The ICL eye surgery usually takes around 20 minutes to complete. However, the time may vary depending on the individual case. Some people may need to spend more time in the operating room, while others may be able to finish the surgery more quickly. Overall, the average surgery time is around 20 minutes.

There are a few different types of ICL lenses that your eye surgeon may recommend for you, depending on your specific vision needs. The most common type of ICL lens is the aspheric ICL lens, which is designed to correct both nearsightedness and astigmatism. If you have mild to moderate nearsightedness, your surgeon may recommend a spherical ICL lens. And if you have very high levels of nearsightedness, your surgeon may recommend a Toric ICL lens, which is specifically designed to correct astigmatism. No matter which type of ICL lens your surgeon recommends for you, all of the lenses are made from a soft material that is designed to be gentle on your eyes.