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Laser Vision Correction

Laser Vision Correction Procedures

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Whether you've worn glasses for a long time or have just started to need them, there is a vision correction procedure that can help improve your vision. Most people have heard about LASIK, PRK, or LASEK laser vision correction procedures that can help correct nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. Over 90% of people who currently wear glasses or contacts can benefit from one of these procedures. But have you heard about CK (conductive keratoplasty)? This non-laser vision correction procedure could help if you are in your 40s or older and have just recently started having difficulty reading the fine print of a newspaper or menu.

To determine which procedure is right for you, you'll first need to understand your vision.

  • If you are younger than 40 and have worn glasses or contacts since your early twenties (or even earlier!), learn more about nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism and your specific vision problem.
  • If you are in your 40s or older, read about the normal aging process called presbyopia. Whether you've worn glasses before or not, presbyopia will affect your vision. Learn about which procedure might benefit you.