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Revives your everyday vision - no more reading glasses

From the age of 40 the natural lens loses its flexibility making it difficult to focus on close-up objects. Near vision tasks become blurry and near vision or reading glasses are required. The medical term for this natural loss of near vision is presbyopia.

Using a corneal inlay, treatment restores the eye’s ability to focus light from objects that are near to you. This reduces blurred vision in near and middle distances.

A state-of-the-art laser is used during the procedure to create a ‘pocket’ within the cornea of one eye. An inlay is then placed in this pocket directly centered over the pupil of the eye. The total treatment time is less than 20 minutes. Both eyes then work together for distance vision while the inlay eye helps with near vision.

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Over 3 million lens surgeries are carried out each year in Europe

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