Vision Options for Aging Eyes
Aging eyes don’t have to disrupt your hobbies and daily life. Learn more about what vision options are available for aging eyes, and how to live a life with the best vision possible.
Forever Young Surgery
Forever Young surgery was developed to help people over 40 with age-related vision loss otherwise known as presbyopia. This surgery can reduce an individual’s dependence on glasses or contacts, relieving the burden of those items. Some benefits of presbyopia can be improved reading vision, reduced dependence on contacts or glasses, and sharper vision overall.
Laser Cataract Surgery
Wang Vision was the first in the state to perform laser cataract surgery. Cataracts are the clouding of the eye’s lens that can cause reduced vision. Laser cataract surgery can be used to resolve cataracts and improve vision that can be caused by the clouding of the lens. This procedure has short recovery time and can reduce dependence on vision assistance.
If you are not suffering from age-related vision loss and are a candidate for Soft-Touch LASIK or ZEISS SMILE surgery, these procedures may be an option for you. These surgeries are bladeless techniques that improve vision in those who are nearsighted or farsighted. Soft-Touch LASIK uses ? less of the pressure of traditional LASIK procedures while ZEISS SMILE is a less invasive procedure for those that may not be a candidate for LASIK. Benefits of these surgeries include a quicker recovery time and reduced dependency on contacts and glasses.
Wang Vision Institute offers many options for those with aging eyes to live a life with better vision. Learn more about your vision options at our FREE online vision seminar Tuesday at 6:45 p.m. CST. RSVP for the seminar now!