Intacs® Corneal Implants are an ophthalmic medical device designed for the reduction or elimination of myopia and astigmatism in patients with keratoconus so that their functional vision may be restored and the need for a corneal transplant procedure can potentially be deferred. When placed in the corneal stroma, outside of the patient’s central optical zone, the product reduces the cone by flattening the cornea.

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Intacs for Keratoconus
(*IRB approval required)
Part No. Thickness
11600-210 0.210mm
11600-250 0.250mm
11600-300 0.300mm
11600-350 0.350mm
11600-400 0.400mm
11600-450 0.450mm
11400-210/350 0.210mm/0.350mm (Asymmetric)
11400-210/400 0.210mm/0.400mm (Asymmetric)
11400-210/450 0.210mm/0.450mm (Asymmetric)
Intacs for Myopia
Part No. Thickness
11700-250 0.250mm
11700-300 0.300mm
11700-350 0.350mm
Intacs® Specifications
Intacs® segments are designed to be placed in the periphery of the cornea, at approximately two-thirds depth, and are surgically inserted through a small radial incision in the corneal stroma. The Intacs® are designed to allow removal or replacement. Intacs® Corneal Implants are manufactured from polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) and are available in different thicknesses, ranging from 0.210 mm to 0,450 mm. The product is designed with a fixed outer diameter and width. Intacs® Corneal Implants have positioning holes located at each end of the segment to aid in surgical manipulation.
"Intacs can help keratoconus patients by flattening and mechanically supporting their cornea which can lead to improved vision. And it’s also compatible with other therapeutic applications."
Return Policy
If you find that you need to return a device, please refer to our Return Policy for detailed instructions, contact information and guidelines on what products may and may not be returned.