Vision Correction + Reading Solutions
Different method, same result
LASIK + PRK
LASIK has become the most popular and successful vision correction procedure worldwide and is the best option for patients who have nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. The procedure takes less than 10 minutes for both eyes, offers minimal discomfort, and a quick recovery. Most patients return to work or normal activities within 24 hours.
PRK Laser Eye Surgery is an alternative to LASIK, mainly recommended when the patient’s cornea is too thin for LASIK. What makes PRK different from LASIK is in how the cornea is prepared. The laser application to reshape the cornea is just the same as LASIK – making both procedures a safe and reliable option for vision correction.
Generally recommended for ages 18-58.
Blurry near vision
Reading glasses no more
As we age, we begin to experience the frustrating effects of blurry near vision. Reading the newspaper, seeing the computer screen or sending a text message becomes a struggle. We end up relying more and more on reading glasses or contact lenses to see up close.
LASIK and PRK can correct eye conditions such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. However, these optical conditions are fundamentally different from presbyopia, and often get confused with farsightedness, since they both affect a person’s near vision.
Corneal inlays, like KAMRA, or monovision provide safe, lasting solutions to restore your every day near vision.
Generally recommended for ages 40-58.