A long-term solution for up-close reading vision loss
Presbyopia, or up-close reading vision loss, is an eye condition that affects the majority of the population as they enter their 40s. It happens when the eye’s natural lens begins to harden with age, lowering the eye’s level of elasticity. This makes up-close reading more difficult, and everyday tasks like reading your smartphone, a challenge.
PresbyVisionTM is a long-term solution that is designed to not only correct presbyopia, but also other refractive errors, like myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and astigmatism. It really is an all-in-one solution.
Learn more about presbyopia and our complete long-term solution:
See near, far and everything in between
Discover freedom from reading glasses, bifocals, and multifocal lenses; see everything you want to see, when you want to see it.
PresbyVisionTM is safe
Our surgeons are experts in the field of vision correction procedures, each having performed many thousands of surgeries to date. Our clinics' standardized surgical techniques and state-of-the-art technology provide patients with a safe, effective procedure that delivers favorable visual outcomes.
LASIK MD offers two types of PresbyVisionTM procedures. Our doctors will recommend which option is right for you, depending on your age, overall eye health and prescription.
Lens PresbyVisionTM is a refractive lens exchange where the eye’s natural lens is replaced with an artificial one called a trifocal lens. This lens is designed to provide clear vision at all distances and eliminate the need for bifocals or contact lenses. In addition to helping you see clearly from any distance, Lens PresbyVisionTM has the added benefit of eliminating the need for future cataract surgery.
With Laser PresbyVisionTM, the surgeon corrects the dominant eye (the better-functioning eye) to see from far distances and the other to see from near distances. By correcting each eye for a different distance, a visual blend zone is created. This means your post-surgery vision will resemble what it looks like through bifocals—only without the glasses.
Find out if you’re a candidate for one of our PresbyVisionTM procedures by booking a free, no-obligation consultation.