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Raindrop Near Vision Inlay: What, Why, How

A New Solution for Presbyopia Sufferers

Do you have trouble focusing on near objects? Want to reduce your need for drug-store reading glasses? You may be a candidate for a Raindrop Near Vision Corneal Inlay. Raindrop is a long-term solution for presbyopia, age-related near vision loss that occurs from the loss of elasticity of the natural lens making it difficult to focus on near objects. Most people will experience presbyopia in their lifetime.

Raindrop Near Vision Inlay is tiny transparent disc about as big as a pinhead and half the thickness of human hair that helps reshape the front of the eye, reducing the need for reading glasses or bifocals to see up close. In clinical trials that led to FDA approval, 92 percent of patients who received a Raindrop Near Vision Corneal Inlay could read the standard text size of an e-mail on the computer screen without reading glasses.

If you want to fix your near-sighted problems and reduce your need for those embarrassing store-bought reading glasses, consider Raindrop Near Vision Inlay. Check out this mini infographic to learn more about this exciting technology for presbyopia sufferers, including:

  • What is a near vision inlay?
  • How does the Raindrop Inlay work?
  • Is the Raindrop Inlay effective?

To learn more about Raindrop Near Vision Inlay, contact Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center. Schedule an appointment to find out if you’re a good candidate for the Raindrop procedure, or to learn about other options to solve your vision problems. Contact us online or call 800-966-7000 to take the first step toward better vision today!


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