Why Choose CLARITI

We're specialists in state-of-the-art vision correction and focused on you. CLARITI is not an ordinary eye care center. It's an extraordinary one founded right here in Southern Indiana by Dr. Matthew Fornefeld.

Why Choose CLARITI


If you are seeking LASIK in Bloomington, Indiana call us today to get the answers you have been seeking. We offer free LASIK consultations so that our patients can make informed decisions from experienced professionals. Matthew Fornefeld, MD, Bloomington LASIK expert, also offers other numerous vision correction options: Custom Wavefront LASIK, PRK, Visian ICL™, Crystalens, and Toric Intraocular Implants.

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Cataract Correction

Clariti Advanced Vision Correction and Dr. Fornefeld are dedicated to the customized cataract solution. Dr. Fornefeld has several lens implant options available that offer you the best vision possible for your personal needs. These include the Crystalens®, ReSTOR®, Technis Multifocal, and Toric Lens Implants.

Cataract Correction

Visian ICL

Patients that have high myopia or large amounts of nearsightedness and have traditionally worn very thick glasses might not have been candidates for LASIK eye surgery. If you were previously disqualified for LASIK, contact us directly for a Visian ICL™ consultation.

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The vision correction procedures offered at CLARITI Advanced Vision Correction are now more affordable! Learn more about our financing plans, and how our payment plans and lower interest financing can help you afford the vision you've always dreamed of!

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Read what our valued patients have to say about their relationship with Dr. Fornefeld and their experience at CLARITI Advanced Vision Correction.

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Self Evaluation

Would you like to find out if you are a candidate for an iLASIK vision correction procedure? Take our LASIK Self-Evaluation Test to find out! If you qualify, please make an appointment with Dr. Fornefeld at 812.331.8181.

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Visian ICL Implantable Lens

The Visian ICL® (Intraocular Collamer Lens) is a revolutionary technology and a proven alternative for patients who are not suitable candidates for laser vision correction because of thin corneas.

This very thin, soft, flexible lens made of Collamer (an advanced lens material that is highly biocompatible) is placed behind the iris of the eye and works with the eye’s natural lens to correct a range of vision problems

The Visian ICL® Procedure

The Visian ICL® is best for patients who have corneas that are too thin for LASIK. The procedure can be performed on an outpatient basis and can provide patients with clear vision results equal to LASIK. Dr. Fornefeld will make a small incision on the cornea and insert the foldable lens between the iris and the eye's natural lens. The procedure will take about 15 to 30 minutes per eye, and will only require topical anesthesia. The Visian ICL® will stay in place after the procedure and will be completely unnoticeable.

Am I a candidate for Visian ICL®?

If you are between the ages of 21 and 45 and are nearsighted, you may be a good candidate for the Vision ICL®. It is important that Dr. Fornefeld exams your eyes personally to determine if you are a candidate. It is preferred that patients have not had any previous eye surgeries, and do not suffer from any ophthalmic diseases.

If you are a patient with thin corneas not suitable for LASIK and suffer from nearsightedness, you may be a candidate for this procedure. If you are interested in determining your candidacy for the Visian ICL®, please contact us to schedule an appointment.

What you need to know about the Visian ICL

How do I know if I am a candidate?

A good candidate for the Visian ICL is a patient between the ages of 21 and 45 who is nearsighted. It is preferable that the patient has not had previous eye surgery or a history of ophthalmic diseases such as glaucoma, iritis, or diabetic retinopathy. Our practice offers a complimentary screening to determine if you are a candidate for this exciting procedure.

Where in the eye is the Visian ICL placed?

The Visian ICL is surgically inserted inside the eye just behind the iris in front of the eye’s natural lens. The Visian ICL does not touch any internal eye structure and stays in position without maintenance, indefinitely.

What is the track record of the Visian ICL?

Extensive research and development preceded the introduction of the Visian ICL. It is now being used by more than 125,000 patients worldwide. The satisfaction rate among patients is extremely high – above 99%. The Visian ICL provides unparalleled quality of vision and has excellent and stable outcomes for patients with moderate to severe myopia. The Visian ICL has been available internationally for over 10 years.

Does it hurt?

No. Most patients state that they are very comfortable throughout the procedure. We use a topical anesthetic drop prior to the procedure. A light sedative is given prior to the procedure.

Can the Visian ICL be seen by the naked eye?

No. The lens is positioned behind the iris where it is invisible to both you and observers. You enjoy a cosmetic appearance that is completely natural. Only your doctor will be able to tell that you’ve had vision correction.

What is the Visian ICL made of?

The Visian ICL is made of Collamer which is an advanced lens material that is highly biocompatible. Collamer does not cause a reaction inside the eye and it contains an ultraviolet filter that provides protection to the eye.

What is involved in the Visian ICL procedure?

One to two weeks before your procedure, Dr. Fornefeld will make a small opening with a laser to allow fluid to pass between the lens and the front chamber of the eye. The actual Visian ICL procedure typically takes approximately 15 minutes and is performed on an outpatient basis, although you will need to have someone with you to drive you home from the procedure. Normally, a very little discomfort is associated with this procedure. A light topical drop anesthetic is administered and a mild sedative is given. In addition, eye drops will be prescribed. You will come back to our office for a follow up visit the day after your procedure, and at one week and one month. Further follow-ups are scheduled as needed.

How long does the Visian ICL stay in my eye?

The Visian ICL is intended to remain in place within your eye without any maintenance.

Can the Visian ICL be felt once it is in my eye?

No, the lens is not noticeable after it is put in place. It does not attach to any structures within the eye and it stays in position.

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