What If I Don’t Qualify For LASIK Or PRK?
LASIK is usually what comes to mind when considering laser vision correction surgery. However, there are alternatives to LASIK, and they get relied upon more than you may think. PRK, for example, is typically used for people whose corneas are too thin for LASIK. In some circumstances, PRK may not be the right choice for… Read More
Farsightedness or Presbyopia? How to Know the Difference
Around the age of 40, most people begin to notice a change in their vision called presbyopia. Presbyopia is an age-related condition that happens when you gradually lose the ability to focus on up-close objects. This is similar to farsightedness, which is a vision problem that causes individuals to need to squint to make out… Read More
What Are the Symptoms and Causes of Presbyopia?
At Atlantic Laser Vision Center, we occasionally have patients who come into our practice highly concerned over the fact that they have rapidly lost their ability to see nearby objects clearly. “It started happening around the time I turned 40,” they’ll invariably say. “One day I went to read a menu, and I couldn’t make… Read More
How Multifocal Intraocular Lenses (IOLs) Can Treat Presbyopia
The team at Atlantic Laser Vision Center is well equipped to help patients struggling with their vision. Our team takes great care in helping people throughout the greater Monmouth County area, enhancing their vision and helping them see the world a little more clearly. A number of patients come to our practice to undergo treatment… Read More