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Can LASIK Treat Patients with Bifocals?

Monovision LASIK can be performed to address presbyopia, an age-related farsightedness affecting people who wear bifocals.

Posted by Andrew E Holzman, MD FACS on Dec 13, 2016

Does LASIK Affect Candidacy for KAMRA™ Inlays?

KAMRA™ corneal inlays can treat presbyopia without corrective lenses. Let's see how LASIK might affect the results.

Posted by Andrew E Holzman, MD FACS on May 12, 2016

Who Is a Candidate for KAMRA™ Inlays?

KAMRA™ inlays are an excellent option for correcting presbyopia. Let's see who is an ideal candidate for this treatment.

Posted by Andrew E Holzman, MD FACS on Mar 11, 2016

LASIK for Patients of Advanced Age

There is no upper age limit for LASIK surgery, but it depends on the health of the patient's eyes. Various laser vision correction options are…

Posted by Andrew E Holzman, MD FACS on Mar 16, 2015

Can LASIK or PRK correct Presbyopia?

If you are over 40 you may notice that either your reading vision is changing or that your arms are not long enough!  If this…

Posted by Kristina Oneill on Jul 24, 2014

Dr. Andrew Holzman and Continuing Education on Corneal Inlays for Presbyopia

Dr. Jen Weigel, OD is our Tyson’s Corner Virginia TLC laser vision center Clinical Director.  Like Dr. Holzman, Dr. Weigel takes great pride in what…

Posted by Kristina Oneill on Jul 13, 2014

I am 47 and wear bifocals. Is there a refractive surgery to fix my vision so that I do not have to wear glasses at all?

The answer to your question is yes and no...

Posted by Kristina Oneill on Feb 09, 2014

Normal vision and aging of the eyes from the age of 40 to 60 years old

According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, “Nearly everyone will experience presbyopia beginning in their late-30s to mid-40s.

Posted by Kristina Oneill on Aug 01, 2013

What is Presbyopia?

There are treatment options for the need for reading glasses...

Posted by Kristina Oneill on Mar 19, 2013

Is Monovision right for you?

Monovison is an option when considering refractive surgery.

Posted by Jo Angeles on Aug 22, 2012

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