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Can LASIK Fix Presbyopia?

A senior woman squinting her eyes to see more clearly while holding a phone in her right hand

When getting older, some patients may struggle to see clearly when reading a book or focusing on something close-up. If this happens to you, you may wonder if you need new corrective lenses or if there’s another possible issue.  Many patients develop presbyopia with time, leading to blurry vision they need reading glasses to correct. […]

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Presbyopia vs. Myopia: What’s the Difference?

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Presbyopia and myopia are 2 common refractive errors that an optometrist can detect during a comprehensive eye examination. Presbyopia and myopia typically affect different age groups, change visual clarity at different distances, and cause different changes in the eye itself. One of the primary differences is that presbyopia is a refractive error caused primarily by […]

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