As we age, almost everyone will need reading glasses. This is normal, but why does it happen? Throughout life, the internal lens of the eye progressively hardens and loses its ability to automatically change shape. So, as time passes, the muscle system that controls the shape also weakens. This decreased ability to focus on near objects is called presbyopia, which is usually noticeable by age 45. Thanks to advancements in technology, reading glasses are not the only option; laser vision correction surgery can correct your near vision.
Being properly evaluated by your vision correction surgeon is the only way to determine what solution, if any, is best for you.
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At Providence Eye you will go through a meticulous 1.5 - 2 hour personalized vision analysis. Here is what you can expect from us:
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If, during your vision correction consultation Dr. Mozayeni discovers the onset of cataracts (typically in your mid-sixties or older), he may refer you to our cataract surgeon, Dr. Trey Nunnery, so that you can investigate cataract surgery and lifestyle intraocular lenses. This is likely a more appropriate direction as your results will have greater longevity for your situation.
So, if you are tired of always looking for your reading glasses, contact us today to speak with our Providence Eye Vision Correction Consultant who will ask you a few questions about your vision and your lifestyle, answer your questions and will then be able to schedule you as appropriate with Dr. Mozayeni or Dr. Nunnery.