Macular Degeneration Implant - Interview with Dr. Lipshitz
Many people have e-mailed asking about the Lipshitz Macular Degeneration Implant. Dr. Lipshitz, an ophthalmologist with 30 years of experience, is the inventor of this implant and has agreed to an interview answering questions about this new macular degeneration treatment.
In simple terms, the implant is placed during a surgical procedure much like one that is used for cataract surgery. The implant magnifies images 2.5 times which means that the image lands on some of the more healthy photoreceptor cells before sending the message to the brain.
Those who have had the macular degeneration implant report that it is easier for them to read, watch TV or to see and recognize faces.
Find out who is a candidate for this macular degeneration surgery, how the implant works and where the procedure is being done by visiting:
Macular Degeneration Implant Interview - Dr. Lipshitz
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