With more than 20 years of experience in the field of ophthalmology, ranging from a professorship at the University of Toronto to head practitioner and medical director of the Yonge Eglinton Laser Eye Centre, Dr. Rootman is uniquely qualified to provide this treatment. Refractive surgery and the treatment of visual impairments such as presbyopia and cataracts is a leading part of his practice, and through years of experience, he has finely honed his skills for the benefit of his patients. Inlay; it can have a tremendous impact on a person’s quality of life.
As people age, their near vision deteriorates. This condition is known as presbyopia, and it affects everyone at some point in time. Common solutions for presbyopia include reading glasses and multi-focal contact lenses (or monovision lenses). However, both options are less than convenient; in order to take advantage of the benefits they offer, individuals must carry their glasses or wear their contact lenses at all times, and must ensure that they are well maintained and cleaned constantly...Smaller than a contact lens and weighing less than a single grain of rice, it is completely imperceptible once it has been placed – besides the amazing vision that it provides, of course. The inlay itself is a small, round micro-disc with an opaque outer ring and a transparent opening in the center. Inlay, as it provides a permanent solution to presbyopia and eliminates the downsides posed by glasses and contact lenses or monovision...This extensive testing period has shown the inlay to be a safe and effective solution for presbyopia, and it is a tremendous option for individuals looking to treat this common ailment. Inlay
Individuals who suffer from presbyopia often imagine what it would be like to once again be able to read the news on their tablet without having to zoom in on the text or order from the menu at their favorite restaurant without holding it out at arms’ length and squinting or fumbling for reading glasses. Inlay, these individuals don’t have to imagine any longer – they can improve their near field of vision and experience these little pleasures every day.
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