NEARSIGHTEDNESS (Myopia) – Distant objects appear blurry because the curve of the cornea is too steep so images are focused in front of the retina. LASIK can flatten the curve of the cornea.
WHAT ABOUT MY READING GLASSES?
As people reach their 40s, a condition called presbyopia can develop, making it difficult to read objects close up. Presbyopia is caused by the natural hardening of an eye’s lens over time. Reading glasses or bifocals become necessary to see menus, smart phones and other fine print clearly.
While traditional LASIK cannot correct presbyopia, a technique called monovision LASIK may help. In this procedure, one eye is corrected for close-up vision and the other eye is left for distance vision. Another excellent option is the KAMRA lens inlay, a revolutionary new way to help reduce your need for reading glasses. Click here to learn more.