Farsightedness or Presbyopia? How to Know the Difference

Around the age of 40, most people begin to notice a change in their vision called presbyopia. Presbyopia is an age-related condition that happens when you gradually lose the ability to focus on up-close objects. This is similar to farsightedness, which is a vision problem that causes individuals to need to squint to make out… Read More


LASIK Surgery vs. Glasses

Clear vision is important for a number of reasons: it allows people to read documents, work on a computer, see upcoming street signs when they’re driving, and enjoy the views and landscapes around them. When the eyes fail to provide patients with clear, crisp vision, all of these abilities are compromised. Fortunately, there are treatments… Read More