Charlotte, I think they put a tiny stitch in the eye on the side they slip the lens into.
I’m pretty happy with my outcome, but really, it was just switching out ‘near’ vision to get ‘far’ vision. Now my near vision is awful and I have to wear reading glasses all the time. They will NOT preserve any near vision that we may have. And charge $2,500 per eye to correct the near vision as Medicare won’t pay for that.
Comment by Jane — January 20, 2017