A PVR PROSE device rests on the sclera of the eye, protecting the cornea while it vaults over the damaged part of the cornea. This provides smooth optical surface while protecting the eye from environment or any mechanical trauma during the blinking process.
Benefits of PVR PROSE Treatment
PVR PROSE Treatment is beneficial for the patients with issues related to the surface of the eye and cornea. Benefits include:
– Protects the surface of the cornea and conjunctiva surface by preventing damage to them from the environment
– Masks corneal surface irregularities, resulting in the transmission of a sharper and smoother image to the retina of the eye, helping patients with blurry vision due to corneal irregularities
– Helps in healing and reduction of symptoms by providing a healthy ocular surface environment
Uses of PVR PROSE Treatment
PVR PROSE Treatment is useful in patients with conditions of the cornea and surface of the eye resulting in visual impairments. Certain conditions in which PVR PROSE Treatment has been found to be beneficial include:
– Dry eye syndrome
– Stevens-Johnson syndrome
– Sjogren’s syndrome
– Ocular trauma
– Complications of corneal transplant
– Complications of LASIK
– Corneal ectasia
PVR PROSE Treatment is useful for patients suffering with various cornea related visual issues as the lens vaults over the irregular or damaged surface while the fluid fills in the gap. These prosthetic devices are more stable than the conventional lenses, and the vision and comfort provided by them are extremely good! If you’re having any of these issues and are unable to improve vision with the help of traditional lenses, you should consult Dr. Irwin Azman, and see if PVR PROSE is ideal for your specific condition.
Learn more about the conditions PVR PROSE can treat, including stevens johnson syndrome, corneal transplants, sjoren’s syndrome, dry eyes, corneal ectasia, pellucid marginal degeneration, keratoconus, radial keratotomy, and post-lasik complications.