Verisyse Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the procedure to implant a Verisyse™ contact lens take?

It is an outpatient procedure that should only take about 25 to 30 minutes to complete.

Will I have the Verisyse contact lens implanted into both eyes at once?

Contact Lens Implant Patients in CaliforniaNo, Dr. Feldman will only implant one at a time to ensure proper healing and ensure you do not have any adverse reaction to the procedure.

Can the Verisyse lens be taken out at a later date?

Yes, the procedure is completely and safely reversible.

Will I be able to feel or see the Verisyse implant in my eye?

Since it is placed inside of your eye, you won't be able to feel it. If you look closely enough at your eye, you may be able to detect it.

Will I be able to see well at distances after the procedure?

Yes, because your natural eye lens will still be in place unless it's been removed due to cataracts.

How long will the contact lens implant last?

It should remain in your eye without losing its stability or function for many decades.

Is the Verisyse lens affected by steam or rain or any other outside element?

No, because it is inside of your eye. So, it won't become cloudy or steamed up like glasses or regular contacts.

As an expert eye surgeon and caring doctor, Dr. Sandy Feldman is committed to improving her patients' vision in the San Diego and Southern California area. 

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ClearView Eye and Laser Medical Center provides contact lens implant surgery in the San Diego, California area. We offer this web page as general information. This information should not be considered formal medical advice. Please contact us today for formal advice during a complimentary contact lens implant surgery consultation in San Diego.

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