I have reading glasses - can I have laser eye surgery?

Patients who have reading glasses can have laser eye surgery to cure problems caused by presbyopia, using a technique called Monovision. However, LASIK, LASEK or SMILE laser eye surgery may not be suitable for people who require strong prescriptions to read, as they may be dependent on their reading glasses. For example, patients who require prescriptions that are over +5.00 or -10.00 may not be suitable
for laser eye surgery. If this is the case, patients may be more suited to lens replacement surgery.
 
If you are unsure whether you are suitable for laser eye treatments, please don’t hesitate to get in touch to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our laser eye surgeons, and see how we can help you.
 

I don't want to wear glasses any more. What treatment can I have?


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