The question is often asked: “Is refractive surgery worth the risk?”

Although LASIK is one of the safest, most effective outpatient procedures, there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ answer to this question. Your specific anatomy and lifestyle are central to the answer.

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Age? How old is too old for PresbyLasik?

It is not a matter of your age but the aging of your eye’s natural lens which often becomes significant after age 55. If you are starting to develop cataracts, Lasik might not give you the clear vision you hoped for and cataracts may cloud your vision again soon

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by wearing reading glasses it is the most common way of dealing with presbyopia.

Wearing reading glasses is the most common way of dealing with presbyopia. This is a temporary solution. The advantage to glasses is that you can do that dramatic stare or removal when deemed necessary.

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LASIK Facts vs Myths Number 1

Myth: Women should not have LASIK before they have children. Fact: Lasik is not advisable during pregnancy and breastfeeding. During pregnancy and breastfeeding a woman has high hormone levels that can that can cause a change in their spectacle power. Before women get pregnant or after breastfeeding however LASIK can give them spectacle independence.

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