A new procedure, which we offer here at Key-Whitman Eye Center, is allowing
people 40 years of age or older to ditch their reading glasses for good.
This procedure, Raindrop Near Vision Inlay, was recently approved by the
FDA, and so far, the results have been phenomenal.
The 10-minute procedure is designed to correct the vision of those struggling
to see things and read things up close. Generally, this inability to see
up close occurs when a person’s lens behind the pupil becomes harder
and denser over time. During the Inlay procedure, a tiny lens is implanted
in the non-dominant eye in order to reshape the cornea to help the eye
focus on close-up objects. Patients who undergo this surgery report a
full restoration in up close vision within only 24 hours of the procedure.
In addition, many report that the procedure and the recovery are painless.
If you struggle with seeing or reading up-close objects, we urge you to
get in touch with our team at Key-Whitman Eye Center. We can examine your vision and determine whether
you are a candidate for Raindrop Near Vision Inlay!