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  • Is CentraSight

    for me?

    CentraSight is a new treatment program using a tiny telescope that is implanted inside the eye to improve vision and quality of life for patients with the most advanced form of macular degeneration: end-stage AMD

    I want to know if I am eligible.
  • I hope

    to see again

    CentraSight is a new treatment program using a tiny telescope that is implanted inside the eye to improve vision and quality of life for patients with the most advanced form of macular degeneration: end-stage AMD.

    I want to learn about living
    with late-stage AMD.
  • Vision

    is a gift

    CentraSight is a new treatment program using a tiny telescope that is implanted inside the eye to improve vision and quality of life for patients with the most advanced form of macular degeneration: end-stage AMD.

    I want to learn about
    living with late-stage AMD
  • Could I be

    independent?

    The CentraSight treatment program could help improve your vision and reconnect you to the things in your life you love to see and do.

    How does CentraSight Work?
    Patient Education Video
     

Are You a Candidate?

Do you have macular degeneration in both eyes?

   

Have you had laser treatment or drug injection inside your eye performed within the last 6 months?

   

Does your vision allow you to drive?

   

Have you had cataract surgery in both eyes?

   

Living With Macular Degeneration

The FDA-Approved Implantable Miniature Telescope (by Dr. Isaac Lipshitz) has been demonstrated to improve vision and quality of life for suitable individuals affected by End-Stage AMD.

CentraSight Four Step Process

The CentraSight treatment program uses a tiny telescope that is implanted inside the eye to improve vision and quality of life for suitable individuals affected by End-Stage AMD. The CentraSight treatment involves four steps:

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