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Monovision

At around the age of 40, most people notice a decrease in their reading or up close vision.   As we age, the lens' ability to flex or accommodate is lost and the eyes cannot adjust or focus images at different distances.  This condition, called Presbyopia, can be corrected with reading glasses, bifocals or monovision contact lenses. 

Today, monovision can also be achieved through cataract surgery using intraocular lens implants.  One eye is corrected for distance and the other eye is corrected for near vision.   It sounds like a strange concept, but the brain typically adjusts to it.  Monovision procedures have a high success rate.  Typically, 90% of patients who choose monovision, adapt to it and love it.   We will help you determine which form of vision correction will best reach your goals.

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