Comme promis, la réponse d'un célèbre professeur dans le monde, spécialisé dans les corps flottants :
Attached please find information on recent research concerning floaters, that has increased our awareness of the negative impact of floaters on the quality of life. This coupled with the advent of new surgical technology and the improvement in surgical technique has made surgery safer and enables us to offer this cure to an ever-increasing number of patients.
We have developed an approach to cure floaters that is minimally-invasive and is sutureless, since it employs 25G instruments. The operation is done under local anesthesia in a surgery center that was built for eye surgery. Surgery takes 5 to 10 minutes and heals in 1 to 2 weeks.
Although we have performed thousands of vitrectomy, a few hundred for floaters, we only recently began to study this scientifically. Our current study population numbers 68 patients and we are enrolling a couple more each week. So far, the satisfaction rate is 98.6% and there have been no cases of infection, glaucoma, intraocular hemorrhage, retinal tears and detachments, or other complications such as macular edema. Cataracts form in 11% of cases, but it takes a year and half before surgery is required. After over 4 years, none of the young patients in this group have developed cataracts.
Medical insurance covers the expenses. If you have no insurance, initial consultation is $425 (special testing additional), the surgery center fee is $2-3,000 and the surgeon’s fee is $4-5,000.
Please call the number below for a consultation to determine if you are a candidate.
Sincerely yours, JS"
La traduction arrive en francais...