Recent advancements in laser development, the high availability of human donor tissue (with a two-year shelf life), and the benefits of biocompatibility together create Allotex TransForm™ inlays, changing the world of optic medicine as we know it. With our technology, 100% biocompatible, sterilized acellular corneas are precisely shaped, sized, and positioned according to each patient’s needs.
Allotex TransForm inlays are applied under the stroma, in the center of the cornea, after the creation of a thin flap on the eye’s surface. There is no minimum depth requirement, making the inlay as non-invasive as possible.
Traditional treatment for optic issues involve ablating tissue or inserting synthetic implants. These practices are often invasive, and the synthetic material can cause compatibility complications. Because Allotex TransForm Inlays and Onlays doesn’t use synthetic material, recovery can be as simple and easy as the procedure itself, as the allogenic material becomes a part of the cornea! The Allotex treatment is:
Simple. Because Allotex Inlays use allograft tissue, our implants can be at the surface, making our treatment is the least invasive of all refractive procedures.
Flexible. Each inlay is specially made according to the shape, diameter, and thickness that individual patients require, depending on their condition. Thus, our technology allows for multiple applications, promising a permanent treatment for many optic issues including presbyopia and hyperopia. This new technique is also 100% removable and replaceable, if a patient’s condition changes over time.
Favorable. It’s more than just science: A survey shows 88% of refractive patients would prefer human allograft inlays. By using 100% biocompatible material, our implants give patients peace of mind in addition to clearer, more improved eyesight.