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Even if you undergo LASIK or PRK as a young person and achieve perfect vision, you still will develop a condition called presbyopia, typically beginning between the ages of 40 and 50.

Presbyopia is the inability of the eye to focus at all distances, usually noticed when fine print starts to blur.

Some eye doctors disagree about what causes presbyopia. Most believe stiffening of the eye's lens contributes to the condition. Other theories suggest that presbyopia also could be related to continued growth of the lens or atrophy of the muscles controlling the lens.

In the past, the usual remedy was to wear reading glasses or special multifocal lenses (bifocal or progressive lenses) for presbyopia. But in modern times, surgical remedies for presbyopia also are available for qualified candidates.  Ask you Surgeon about other available options for qualified candidates.
Schedule your Consultation to learn more about LASIK Surgery and Financing Options that are available.
Refractive Coordinators:

Sandra Soto
Amy Chavez
(210) 226-6169 ext. 2133

Email:
Ssoto@saeye.com
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