Visian - Implantable collamer (contact) lens
I've had severe yet correctable nearsightedness all my life. I wear glasses and contact lens although the contacts can get irritating (I've tried lots of different kinds).
I am not a candidate for LASIK, but could do PRK; but I hate the thought of carving away so much of my eye lens ... permanently.
With ER nearing, I thought I'd look into getting Visian Implantable collamer lens (or implantable contact lenses) so that I could use a FSA to fund them ... and while I was still employed to be able to pay for them ($7400 / both). These lenses are implanted, yet can be removed and/or replaced if necessary in the future.
Does anyone have any experience with these lenses and how they perform?