Presbyopia

An intraocular lens (IOL) is an advanced option for patients to improve their vision without heavy dependence on glasses and contact lenses. While these lens implants can be very beneficial for patients who may not be candidates for laser vision correction but still wish to reduce their reliance on corrective ...
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In a previous blog post, we talked with our ophthalmologists Michael Gordon, MD and Dr. David Schanzlin about the causes of presbyopia, an eye condition that affects most individuals in their mid-40s and beyond. Presbyopia results in a gradual loss of near-vision, and makes it very difficult to properly focus ...
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What is Presbyopia?

Are you suddenly experiencing problems seeing objects at a close distance? If so, you may have presbyopia,  a very common eye condition that affects people in middle age. Today will begin a three-blog series on presbyopia, available treatment options, and other potential treatment techniques currently being studied by some of ...
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In our last blog post titled, “What Causes Presbyopia?”, our eye surgeon, Dr. Michael Gordon, explained why this condition occurs as we age. In addition to laser surgery and lens implants, one of the latest investigative treatments for presbyopia is the Presbia Flexivue Microlens™. Dr. Gordon, who is actively involved ...
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What Causes Presbyopia?

Maybe you’ve noticed it when you glance at your watch, or when you look at the receipt at the restaurant. What you could normally see in the past now seems like a fuzzy blur, and you find yourself reaching for your “readers” to view anything up-close. Like many mid-aged and ...
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