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Raindrop Near Vision Inlay
Are you tired of taking your reading glasses on and off all day long? Do you have trouble reading up close, seeing your computer monitor or reading texts on your phone? Maybe as you have aged you are experiencing presbyopia or aged-related near vision loss?
We may have a solution to alleviate these inconveniences.
Raindrop Near Vision Inlay is small clear lens that is implanted in your cornea during a 10 minute outpatient procedure that recently received FDA approval. It is designed to improve your near vision and reduce the need for reading glasses by reshaping your cornea. The added plus power centrally improves your ability to read close up without glasses. Patients typically return to their normal activities within 24 hours with improved up close vision.
The Raindrop Near Vision Inlay is made of a water-based material called a hydrogel, a material very similar to what is used to manufacture soft contact lenses. The technology is different from that of an intraocular lenses as the near vision inlay is implanted more superficially and only in one eye.
Contact Allan Robbins MD, our Rochester based Doctor who performs the Raindrop Near Vision Inlay procedure.