1. Am I a good candidate for OriLens implantation?
You may get a preliminary answer to this question when filling the self-test. However, your eligibility for implantation can be determined only after you successfully pass the ophthalmic and optometric evaluation.
2. What are the potential benefits of the OriLens for patients?
Improvement of your visual acuity and improvement in some daily life activities as demonstrated during the testing procedure.
3. How can I locate a professional that can determine if I am a good candidate?
Contact your ophthalmologist and/or send him the results of your self-test. Ask if he is familiar with the technology or if he is interested to get involved in it and examine you. If not, ask for a referral to an ophthalmologist who is a retina or cataract specialist or to an optometrist who specializes in low vision.
4. Is the OriLens allowed in my country?
The OriLens was CE-certified but was still not submitted for FDA evaluation. It can be used in some non-FDA regulated countries.
5. How much experience was gained with the implants?
Mirror telescopic implants were implanted in different parts of the world for the last 8 years. The current design, the OriLens, is newer, but it is based on the same technology with some improvements over the older models, which were all developed by OptoLight Vision.
6. How can I order an implant?
The OriLens can be ordered only by an ophthalmologists or by a medical center. It cannot be ordered directly by a patient. Orders are made directly from OptoLight Vision and the implants are usually shipped within a few days.
7. How can I learn more about the risks and complications that are involved in the implantation of the OriLens?
Please review this website thoroughly, consult with your ophthalmologist and if you have any further question feel free to contact us.
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