The photo below is of an Eye Print Pro Scleral lens on an eye that suffered 2 separate retinal detachments within a 4 month period requiring 2 separate vitrectomy surgeries (surgeries to remove the interior “gel” within the eye known as the vitreous and replacing it with saline). In addition, cataract surgery was done after the first vitrectomy. Several months later, the intra-ocular lens dislodged into the posterior chamber of this eye requiring emergency surgery. For this reason, a 2nd vitrectomy was done along with a retinal surgical repair procedure known as a scleral buckle. Eye Print Pro Scleral lens technology allows us to make a lens from an impression of the front surface of the eye. A very gentle impression material known as Polyvinyl Siloxane is placed on a plastic holder which is then placed on the front surface of the eye and under the eye lids. After a few minutes, the plastic holder with the eye mold is removed and sent to our laboratory where a scleral lens matching the exact contour of the cornea and the white portion of the eye is made. This technology is designed to help patients whose ocular surfaces have been extremely altered due to disease and surgery see clearly once again. In the case of the eye shown in this photo, without the Eye Print Pro, the vision in this eye is less than 20/800. With the Eye Print Pro lens this eye is corrected to 20/20 vision without any distortions. The 2nd photo shows how the impression material appears on the eye. The procedure is fast and painless.