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Vivinex Gemetric

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Introducing VivinexTM GemetricTM

Our trifocal family of IOLs designed to provide a full range of vision

VivinexTM GemetricTM – Is designed to provide excellent distance vision and well balanced intermediate and near vison.1

VivinexTM GemetricTM Plus – Is designed to provide excellent near vision and well balanced distance and intermediate vision.1


Paring provides a continuous, 
broad range of vision


Patient reported outcomes

High self-reported spectacle independence and patient satisfaction when pairing VivinexTM GemetricTM and VivinexTM GemetricTM Plus 6 months after surgery (n=36)1


Delivered by our preloaded multisertTM injector