Cataracts or vision deterioration
Refractive Lens Exchange / IOL
Typical signs of Cataracts are a blurriness of vision, increased sensitivity to light, and increased glare; particularly when driving at night. Cataracts affect the transparency of the lens in either one or both eyes. This means laser vision correction – which reshapes the cornea – will not correct cataracts. A refractive lens exchange procedure will restore sight and clarity. Modern premium implants help regain vision in all Distances – Far and Near.
When Distance Vision (e.g. Driving, TV) is blurry without glasses or contact lenses - LASIK is a procedure that uses a precise laser to correct short-sightedness ('myopia'), long-sightedness ('hyperopia'), and/or astigmatism. This restores natural clear vision of your eyes and brings your world into focus.
Around the age of 45, the natural lens in the eye begins to lose its natural ability to focus from far to near. This is when we encounter challenges with reading or tasks at close range.
LASIK is very effective for treating Astigmatism. Uncorrected it causes blurry, distorted vision for Distance and/or Near. This happens when the shape of the front of the eye (cornea) or the lens inside the eye is not a perfectly smooth and even curve.
Our Vision Correction Procedures bring your world into focus.
Patients who have extremely strong scripts or are not eligible for LASIK
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