Raindrop Refractive Surgery

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Do you wear reading glasses? Are you tired of always having to locate your readers? Is the on and off routine becoming tedious?

Raindrop® Near Vision Inlay is a solution for those who need reading glasses. This simple, 10 minute corneal inlay procedure can help improve your life with better near vision by reducing or eliminating the need to wear magnification glasses. It’s a long term solution and results are often noticed within one week.

The Raindrop is a small transparent disk called an inlay. It’s made of approximately 80% water along with material that is similar to that found in common contact lenses.

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The experts in eye care at St. Luke’s are pleased to offer this exciting option to our patients. If you’d like to learn more or schedule a consultation, call us today at 888-904-0000.

Raindrop has recently been featured in the news on NBC Nightly News and The Today Show.

Raindrop isn’t commonly covered by many insurance plans, however St. Luke’s accepts cash, checks, and credit cards. In addition, we offer interest-free payment plans through Care Credit. Click here to apply online.

Raindrop Inlay Patient Story:

Refractive Surgeon

Robert Howard, MD

Upcoming Events

DISCOVER RAINDROP REFRACTIVE SURGERY

July 19th, 2017 | 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM | Clearwater

Are you ready to enjoy life without reading glasses? Would you like to read books or menus without searching for a pair of cheaters?
 
If you’re between the ages of 40 and 65, the Raindrop Refractive Inlay may be the procedure that changes your life. Discover how this exciting technology can give you back your freedom and reduce or eliminate the need for reading glasses!
 
You will also hear firsthand from one of our patients, how Dr. Howard and the Raindrop Inlay, helped him say goodbye to reading glasses.
 
Raindrop has recently been featured on NBC Nightly News & The Today Show. Join us and learn if you’re a candidate for this exciting new technology. Click the link on this page to RSVP or call 727-475-2222. Refreshments will be served.