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Laser Eye Surgery to Correct Reading Vision

There is a saying that there are only two things guaranteed in life: death and taxes. However, a loss of your reading vision should be added to this list. In case you are over the age of 45, you've got likely or will soon experience a decline in your near vision. It starts by holding the menu a little farther away, and the next thing you know, you're increasing the font size in your smart phone, and trying on readers on the local drugstore. Fortunately, this really is 2015 and the technology for laser vision correction for reading, has been invented, improved and reinvented!
Laser Eye Surgery

You likely aren't interested in wearing reading glasses. So what are your options to correct reading vision? You will find three surgical options commonly recommended by ophthalmologists to boost your reading vision (and distance if required).

Monovision LASIK

Monovision LASIK is a tried and true procedure with proven most current listings for reading vision correction. Monovision corrects one eye to concentrate up-close, as a reading vision correction solution, along with your dominant eye provides your distance vision (If needed, you can correct distance vision also on the dominant eye). This sounds a bit crazy but the brain and eyes are extremely powerful when they interact. Trained reputable ophthalmologists who perform this kind of laser vision correction with always require the patient to do a "test drive" utilizing contact lenses. This allows you to determine if you are comfortable with this solution. With monovision, you are able to basically "select" the reading vision correction that best suits your needs by adjusting the effectiveness of the single contact lens.
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 Ideal Candidates: Patients between 40 and 60 that are looking for reading vision correction or looking for near and distance vision correction.
 Non-Ideal Candidates: Patients who desire or require either their reading vision or distance vision being perfect. One example would be golfers. They prefer to offer the best possible distance vision to follow along with the ball, causing them to be less than ideal candidates for monovision.

Corneal Inlay

In April 2015, one manufacturer, Kamra, received FDA approval for your Kamra corneal inlay as a solution to get a decline in reading vision. However, there are a few other inlays awaiting FDA approval. Exactly why are there multiple manufacturers and approvals? Corneal inlay operated on several principals, and one inlay is probably not right for everyone. Additionally, a corneal inlay may not be the best solution for all. Generally speaking, a corneal inlay is great for patients over the age of 45 that have seen a loss of their reading vision but have perfect or near perfect distance vision. Only an ophthalmologist who may have been trained are capable of doing the Karma corneal inlay, typically a LASIK surgeon, since the procedure requires the same lasers that are used to perform LASIK surgery. Unlike monovision laser vision correction for reading, the inlay is actually a device which is implanted into the eye, and it is always only a one eye procedure.

 Ideal Candidates: Patients looking for reading vision correction only with nearly perfect distance vision with no previous laser vision correction surgery.
 Non-ideal Candidates: Patients who need to correct both distance & near vision or that have already had some form of laser vision correction surgery (RK, PRK, LASIK).

Lens Implants

Some LASIK surgeons recommend lens implant surgery like Restor�, Rezoom� or Crystalens� for reading vision correction. These solutions may be excellent for patients that have cataracts or the onset of cataracts. Many of these procedures (simply different manufacturers) are cataract procedures where your lens is taken away and a synthetic lens is implanted within your eye. If you do not have the onset of cataracts, this procedure is probably going not the best solution for you personally. It is fairly evasive and expensive. Additionally, most doctors would agree that when you have a healthy part of your body (in this case the lens), then you need to keep it for as long as possible before replacing it with something synthetic.

 Ideal Candidates: Patients with cataracts or even the onset of cataracts typically within their late 60s or early 70s who're looking for distance and reading vision correction.
 Non-Ideal Candidates: People between the ages of 40 and 60 with healthy lenses that are likely ideal candidates for an additional form of laser vision correction with and distance.

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