I’ve had my eye repaired several times.
But I’ve never used a disposable lens.
That changed in May 2017.
I had a vision problem.
It was so bad, I couldn’t work.
I was in an office building in Philadelphia and my vision was gone.
I thought I was blind.
I tried to find an eye surgeon, but I couldn’ t find one.
I called an eye specialist who said that my eye was okay.
Then, in the spring of 2018, I found a tube in my eye socket.
My vision came back.
I decided to get a new eye prosthesis.
The prosthesis cost $1,800 and took months to make.
I used it for three months.
I didn’t want to give up my old vision, so I went back to work.
Then the prosthesis started failing.
I couldn”t read or write, and I couldn””t drive.
But the sight was back.
So I”m going to make a new prosthesis, and this time, I”ll get to see my vision back.
The first prosthesis I”ve had my eyes repaired is the $600 lens I”d gotten from the pharmacy.
It”s a disposable, transparent, three-inch-long piece of glass.
I”s been wearing it for four months.
The lens is a bit more complicated, because I”re getting it from a company called Procter & Gamble.
The glasses that I”t been wearing are the ones that cost about $400 to make and are supposed to last five to seven years.
But my new prosthetic is a little bit more flexible.
It uses a plastic lens and a piece of polyethylene to make it.
It also uses an elastic material to keep it from slipping off.
I put on a pair on my first day back at work.
It doesn”t have the plastic of the old glasses.
It has a thin, flexible layer of plastic on top.
And because it”s plastic, it”ll stay put.
When I”l see my eyes again, I will wear the old lenses for about six months.
After getting my prosthetic, I started working with my eye doctor.
She asked me to have my vision tested, so she can see what”s going on in my eyes.
That”s how I discovered my new vision.
I”m using the lenses to read and write and have my eyes checked every six months or so.
I know I”c need to have a new retina replaced, because my visual field is very thin, but the glasses also make it easy for me to see.
It helps me read my letters when I write them down.
My eyes” are now clearer.
And my vision is much more stable.
My doctor”s tests showed that my eyes are in good condition.
She told me to get more glasses.
She also gave me some lenses from the other eye specialists in the area.
But it wasn”t clear that the lenses would work for me.
They didn”t offer me the kinds of glasses that would help me see.
So, I went with the disposable lenses.
I can”t get my glasses off and I can still read and have a conversation, but they are a bit less convenient.
So far, my glasses have made a difference.
I don”t need to go back to the old eye surgeries.
I have no problem with wearing them.
Since the prostheses are disposable, they don” t need to be cleaned and sanitized.
That is, they”re easy to clean and wash.
But because they”ll be replaced every six to seven months, they will need to keep in touch with the eye doctor so they can check up on me.
That also means that I won”t be able to get them fixed if they get too worn out.
And they can get very expensive, too.
For now, I just use the lenses as a backup, so my vision will stay sharp for a few months after I”r got my new eye.