It is placed in the eye's posterior chamber between the iris and the eye's natural lens.
There are over 50,000 patients using the Visian lens worldwide, with a satisfaction rate of over 99 percent.
Yes, it is made of Collamer, a highly advanced biocompatible material.
It should last for many decades, but can be taken out if patients need other eye surgery or a better technology becomes available.
One or two weeks before surgery, Dr. Feldman will use a laser to create a tiny opening that allows fluid to pass between your natural lens and the front chamber of your eye. Right before the surgery, she will administer a local anesthetic to your eye and then insert the Visian lens through the tiny opening and into the correct position. The whole procedure should take about 15 minutes.
No, Dr. Feldman will do one eye at a time so you can sustain normal activities and make sure there are no complications.
Patients generally only feel mild discomfort due to the local anesthetic. Eye drops and a prescription medication will be provided to help manage any discomfort you may experience.
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The eye surgeon at ClearView Eye and Laser Medical Center provides nearsight lens implant procedures in the San Diego, California area. We offer this web page as general information about Visian nearsightedness lens implants. This information should not be considered formal medical advice. Please contact us today for formal advice during a complimentary nearsightedness consultation with our eye surgeon in San Diego.
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