Presbyopia is a condition that occurs with age when your eye loses elasticity and cannot focus on nearby objects. While the condition can be corrected by wearing special glasses, it can also be treated with LASIK.
Laser Eye Surgery can adjust the shape of your cornea and help improve your vision.
LASIK surgery uses a special laser to adjust the shape of your cornea. This procedure can correct nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. It is an alternative to glasses or contacts. The procedure includes numbing drops to make the surgery painless. LASIK changes the way your eye refracts light to permanently improve your vision.
If you have age-related presbyopia, speak to your eye doctor to determine if LASIK is a good option for you. The procedure may not be able to correct presbyopia in all patients. Many patients with presbyopia need correction for nearsightedness and farsightedness. However, in some cases, LASIK can correct age-related presbyopia using a monovision treatment. This refers to correcting the dominant eye for distant vision and the other eye for close up objects.
It is important to speak with your eye doctor to see if LASIK is right for you. While LASIK surgery cannot prevent age-related presbyopia from developing, it can correct some cases. When caught early, the loss of elasticity in your eye can be stopped or slowed down to preserve your vision.
If you have age-related presbyopia, LASIK could be an option for you.
Our directory at Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ can help put you in touch with a LASIK and laser vision correction surgeon with proven expertise in your area. If you have presbyopia, a highly qualified vision correction surgery can help determine whether LASIK is the best treatment for you and most surgeons featured in our LASIK surgeons directory offer other treatments like the Kamra Inlay procedure that might be better options to improve your vision.
If you are looking for a highly qualified LASIK surgeon you can choose with confidence, please visit our Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ Directory.
Nearly all of the LASIK surgeons in our directory are also highly qualified cataract surgeons.
In addition, most of the LASIK surgeons featured at Trusted LASIK Surgeons™ are refractive experts who perform other vision correction surgeries, including the Kamra Inlay procedure, Corneal Transplants, and Astigmatic Incisions among others.
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