Eliminate Your Need for Reading Glasses

At some point in your 40s or 50s, you will start to find that seeing objects up-close becomes difficult. At first, you may be able to compensate by holding books or menus at a distance when you read them. But eventually, you will need reading glasses, bifocals, or trifocals to correct your near vision.Many people grow tired of carrying around these glasses everywhere they go, and the need to frequently take them on and off can quickly become annoying. Fortunately, there is a laser vision correction procedure called monovision LASIK which can eliminate your need for reading glasses.

This deterioration of near vision in your middle-aged years occurs due to presbyopia, an age-related vision condition that affects almost everyone. As you get older, your eye’s lens becomes less flexible. As a result, your lens loses its ability to alter its shape when focusing on objects at different distance ranges. While your lens will remain able to focus clearly at far distances, it generally has more trouble focusing on up-close objects. As a result, presbyopia generally impacts your ability to perform routine tasks such as reading or sewing.

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Please call 888-393-2010 today to learn more. We serve patients in Scranton, Wilkes Barre, Kingston, and throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania.

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