“Raindrops on Roses and whiskers on kittens” may be a few of your favorite things but bad vision likely isn’t on that list. Whether your inability to see correctly stems from age, genetics, damage to your corneal lenses, or anything else, not being able to read a book without a pair of glasses can seem like a real pain.
Even though traditional reading glasses have been a popular way for patients to see while reading, Dr. David Aizuss offers patients another unique procedure called Raindrop Near Vision Inlay.
What is Raindrop Near Vision Inlay?
This procedure gets its name because it uses 80% water and works by reshaping the cornea to improve your ability to see objects up close while minimizing the impact to see objects from a distance. During this unique vision surgery, Dr. David Aizuss will use a laser to implant the Raindrop Inlay just below the surface of your eye. Unlike other inlays, the Raindrop inlay is microscopic and transparent which makes it a bit more comfortable for patients.
Are You a Good Candidate for Raindrop Near Vision Inlays?
During your initial consultation with Dr. David Aizuss, he will perform a variety of different vision tests to see whether or not you’re a suitable candidate for this procedure. Typically, ideal candidates for Raindrop Near Vision Inlays include people who:
- Wear Reading Glasses
- Have Presbyopia
- Don’t Wear Corrective Eyewear to See in the Distance
- Are 40-65 Years Old
It used to be that there was one way and one way only to correct presbyopia. However, with Raindrop Near Vision Inlays and the help of David Aizuss, you can restore your ability to read without the constant need of reading glasses.
Schedule your consultation at one of our offices today!