WaveFront-guided Monovision laser vision correction utilizes the same laser technology as a Personalized LASIK/PRK procedure. However, with Monovision laser vision correction, San Diego eye surgeon Dr. Sandy Feldman precisely reshapes your corneas so that one eye sees well at a distance and the other eye can focus on objects up close. Dr. Sandy Feldman can rejuvenate your vision so you can see near and far without glasses.
The benefit of Monovision laser vision correction is that it enables patients with presbyopia to see both far and close up using the individual strengths of each eye. After the procedure, most of our patients delay the need to wear bifocal glasses or contact lenses in order to read the paper or focus on other nearby objects.
The most common risks of Monovision laser vision correction include under or over-correction of the eyes, night glare, haloes, light sensitivity and dryness. It is also difficult for some patients to adjust to monovision because it can cause a decrease in depth perception and overall vision sharpness. During your complimentary consultation, Dr. Feldman will meet with you one-on-one to discuss the possible risks and complications in more detail, answer all your questions and help you determine which vision correction procedure is right for you.
If you would like to meet Dr. Feldman for a complimentary Monovision consultation or view a laser vision correction procedure in person, call or email us today.
ClearView Eye and Laser Medical Center provides Monovision laser vision correction procedures in the San Diego, California area. We offer this web page as general information. This information should not be considered formal medical advice. Please contact us today for formal advice during a complimentary Monovision consultation in San Diego.
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