Hate Your Reading Glasses?
New options can give you a full range of vision again
The condition that causes blurry near vision is called “presbyopia,” meaning “old vision”. And certainly, reading glasses can make you feel older than you are! But you don’t have to live with readers for the rest of your life.
See near, far and in-between again
Dr. Siepser is one of a handful of surgeons across the country—and the only one in Eastern Pennsylvania—now offering advanced corneal inlays for restoring near vision.
What’s the best option for your eyes?
Review the options with Dr. Siepser after your comprehensive exam. You’ll find out all about your eyes, and can discuss your vision goals to come up with the perfect plan for your vision correction.
Dr. Siepser offers many solutions
REFRACTIVE LENS EXCHANGE (RLE)
RLE replaces the hardening lens with a high-tech new lens that helps you achieve better focus both near and far.
RLE also prevents the development of cataracts, which is a clouding of the natural lens that happens to almost everyone with age. It is a good option for many people age 40+ who are experiencing various kinds of vision challenges with age.
Raindrop® Corneal Inlay
This tiny implant is placed beneath the surface of the eye in an outpatient procedure that takes only about 15 minutes. The inlay is like a very small, very thin contact that is inserted under the cornea of your non-dominant eye.
Clear, circular, and so tiny that it is half the thickness of a human hair, it cannot be seen or felt once placed. Once there, it adjusts the thickness of the cornea to focus near light better. It is only placed in the non-dominant eye.
The very next day after the procedure, most patients can read and do close work without their reading glasses!
Dr. Siepser is the only physician in the area who is able to offer Raindrop®, thanks to his extensive experience with corneal inlays and vision correction surgery.