Are you tired of putting on and taking off your reading glasses for close up viewing? If you are, NearVision CK may be the answer to your frustration. NearVision CK is a safe, quick procedure that can have you reading fine print in minutes. But since the procedure is not right for everyone, you need to find out if you are a good candidate for NearVision CK treatment.
What is NearVision CK?
NearVision CK is a minimally invasive refractive treatment that uses radiofrequency energy (RF) energy to correct presbyopia by reshaping the cornea. Presbyopia is an age-related eye condition that is characterized by difficulty seeing near objects due to the loss of elasticity of the lens of the eye.
How NearVision CK works
NearVision CK (Conductive Keratoplasty) involves the use of a small probe, which is applied to the outer cornea using a circular pattern, in order to shrink small areas of collagen tissue. The eye surgeon will place topical anesthesia on the eye at the start of the procedure and then mark the eye, before using the RF energy to reshape the cornea.
Most patients notice an immediate improvement in vision after NearVision CK, but it may take several months for the eye to settle.
Are you a candidate for NearVision CK?
If you are over the age of 40 and are tired of wear reading glasses to see things up close, you may be a good candidate for NearVision CK. Candidates for NearVision should also have good distance vision, and not have any eye-related medical issues.
Are you ready to get rid of your readers for good? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.
If you are in the Northern Virginia area, New View Eye Center, Reston, VA is our featured practice.
You can reach them www.newviewlasereye.com, or by calling 703 834 9777.