Reduce your dependency on reading glasses with the all new Raindrop®
If you wear reading glasses to compensate for a loss of near vision, you may benefit from a Raindrop® Near Vision Inlay. This tiny, transparent corneal inlay – about the size of a pinhead and thinner than a piece of paper – is placed just beneath the surface of your eye to reshape your cornea and improve your ability to read, use your phone or work with small objects. A long-term solution, it is implanted in only one of your eyes to improve near vision. Afterward, both of your eyes will work together to give you a clearer picture of both near and far objects. Raindrop requires only a 10-minute outpatient procedure, done in the office and, thanks to numbing eye drops, patients experience no discomfort. You can return to normal activities and expect to see a noticeable improvement in your near vision within the first week. Raindrop is FDA approved and made by ReVision Optics, Inc. Click here to learn more about Raindrop® then call one of our nearby vision correction offices for information on how you can benefit from this new breakthrough technology.
Our Raindrop® FAQ article gives more details about Raindrop®, a procedure that can take as little as 10 minutes.
Raindrop® Near Vision Inlay Interview
Dr. Michael J. Endl chats with Mike just 7 days after his Raindrop® procedure. Mike is a Toronto police officer looking for a procedure that benefits vision at all ranges and discusses how the procedure has impacted his positively impacted his job and home life.
Raindrop® Procedure Animation
Watch a short animation demonstrating what the Raindrop® Near Vision Inlay looks like in the eye.
Facebook Live Raindrop® Procedure
Our very own Marketing Director Kevin O’Brien underwent the Raindrop® procedure live on Facebook Live on August 4, 2017. If you missed it, no worries. You can see it here.