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Healthcare Provider Resources

Re:Vision is proud to participate in advanced research, co-manage with top doctors, and offer education, networking, and observation opportunities.

Keratoconus Resources

Re:Vision participates and leads in the latest U.S. and international research in epithelium-on corneal crosslinking (CXL). Explore cutting-edge research and news articles related to keratoconus.

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Epithelium-On CXL Research: Learn the Differences

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EpiSmart® Crosslinking for Keratoconus: A Phase 2 Study

Conclusion: “This [FDA study reporting on 2,238 subjects] examined the response of patients with keratoconus to an ‘epi-on’ CXL procedure using a novel technique… this represents a safer, noninvasive crosslinking to arrest the progression of keratoconus.” Published in Cornea, 2023.

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Outcome of Conductive Keratoplasty Combined with Corneal Crosslinking in Advanced Ectatic Corneal Disease

Conclusion: “[I]mproving and stabilizing vision in eyes that had lost substantial vision… due to corneal ectasia. Significant improvements in [vision], the most important metric affecting patient satisfaction, were documented… mean improvement of 3 lines.”

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Cross-linking advancements continue in US, Europe

Conclusion: Cover story interview with Dr. Rubinfeld about advances in crosslinking. Published in Ocular Surgery News, 2022.

Post-Op Management from Our Research

Noninvasive corneal collagen crosslinking (CXL)  is an investigational procedure in the U.S., and the medical device associated with this procedure is limited by federal law to investigational use.

Co-Management Forms

Thank you for trusting your patient’s vision procedure to Dr. Roy Rubinfeld and the team at Re:Vision. The forms below are a necessary part of successful management of each patient’s laser vision correction or keratoconus surgery.

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Epithelium-On Corneal Crosslinking (CXL)

Education, Networking, and Observation

Re:Vision hosts continuing education and networking events throughout the year. They support healthcare providers by creating valuable connections and highlighting the latest ophthalmology and keratoconus research. To ensure you receive updates about all upcoming opportunities, please join our email list.

In addition, Dr. Rubinfeld offers the option for providers to visit one of our clinics to observe procedures and discuss pre- and post-operative care. Inquire by contacting the Re:Vision team.