Restoring Sight | Reclaiming Lives
BostonSight® is a world renowned nonprofit eye health care organization. Our mission is to improve quality of life by transforming the understanding, treatment and care of the ocular surface. Since 1992, we have restored sight to thousands of patients from around the world.
Our Needham, MA Center of Excellence includes a Medical Institute, a Research Center, a state-of-the-art Manufacturing Lab, and a Patient and Family Support Center. Compassionate care is at the heart of our approach to medicine.
BostonSight PROSE Treatment
BostonSight PROSE (prosthetic replacement of the ocular surface ecosystem) is a medical treatment pioneered by BostonSight that restores visual function, supports healing, reduces symptoms, and improves quality of life for patients suffering with complex corneal disease. Using FDA approved (1994) custom designed and fabricated prosthetic devices to replace or support impaired ocular surface system functions, BostonSight PROSE is available at top-ranked academic medical centers and clinics across the U.S. through the BostonSight Network.
BostonSight SCLERAL is our new (2017) data driven, FDA-cleared innovative product, delivering doctors and patients unparalleled scleral lens design. BostonSight SCLERAL is the first scleral lens fitting system based on scleral anatomy, driven by clinical data, and the first with front surface eccentricity options to improve both quantitative and qualitative vision.
BostonSight is proud to offer an update on the activities of fiscal year 2018. The report highlights our progress we improve vision with the science and experience patients need to see the world through a whole new lens.
Thanks to our partners and mission-makers in these endeavors – the board of directors, donors PROSE network providers, SCLERAL practitioners, and research collaborators – for all that you do to help those with ocular surface disease.
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