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Monovision

Even if you undergo LASIK and achieve perfect distant vision, you will still develop a condition called presbyopia, typically beginning between the ages of 40 and 50, where the near vision gets affected. This is due to aging. When this … Continue reading

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Myopia

Myopia is commonly known as “short-sightedness”. A person with myopia is able to see close objects clearly but objects that are further away will appear blurred. When the normal eye looks at an object, light rays from the object enter … Continue reading

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Presbyopia

Presbyopia is the gradual loss of your eyes’ ability to focus on near objects. It is a natural, age related process that usually becomes noticeable in your early to mid-40s and continues to increase until around age 65 or 70 … Continue reading

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Hyperopia

Hyperopia is also called farsightedness (far-sightedness), long-sightedness (longsightedness) or hypermetropia. It is a common vision defect in which the individual has difficulty focusing on near objects. The vision imperfection is usually caused by an eyeball that is too short, or … Continue reading

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Contact lens nightmares

The disposable contact lens has become a personal care item with a very short life. But do not assume that disposable contact lenses are worry-free just because they’re so convenient. Any lens can become contaminated and cause eye damage. To … Continue reading

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About LASIK and its advanced technology

LASIK an acronym for LAser in SItu Keratomileusisis is a method of re-shaping the external surface of the eye [the cornea] to correct low, moderate and high degrees of nearsightedness, astigmatism and far-sightedness. LASIK is an outpatient procedure that usually … Continue reading

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