Presbyopia affects all of us beginning at around age 40, when our eye's natural lens grows more rigid and we lose the ability to focus at all distances, a term called accommodation. For this reason, if you are not a good candidate for LASIK you may be a good candidate for CLEAR. CLEAR surgery uses the same techniques we have perfected for state-of-the-art cataract surgery. The existing lens is gently removed and replaced with either a high-definition Monofocal lens or a Lifestyle Presbyopic Lens that may offer freedom from wearing glasses. Dr. Pit Gills will discuss this option with you if you are a candidate. For more detailed information on CLEAR click here.
CLEAR offers the following benefits:
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