ICL Singapore process (implantable collamer lens) entails an artificial lens that is permanently implanted in the eye for treating myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism. ICL implantation would require surgery where the surgeon would place the lens between the natural lens of the eyes and the colored iris.
The lens would work the existing lens of the eye to bend light on the retina to produce a relatively clearer vision. The ICL has been manufactured from plastic and a collagen called collamer. The surgery would not be necessary for correcting vision problems, but could help reduce or eliminate the requirements for contact lenses or glasses.