Is Laser, Implant, Or Cataract Vision Correction Right For You?
Innovations in technology are allowing more people to qualify for laser or implant vision correction than ever before. Generally speaking, anyone who sees well with glasses or contacts and has not had a significant increase in their prescription in the last twelve months is probably a good candidate. People with certain medical conditions may not be good candidates. The specialists at Vance Thompson Vision will help you evaluate your options with an extremely thorough eye exam. This is our opportunity to learn more about you, your expectations, and your lifestyle. All of these factors play an important role in choosing the laser vision correction or implant vision correction technique that's right for you.
If your problem is clouded or blurry vision from cataracts, we can help you learn about what implant technology is best for you.
Realistic expectations are important. The goal of laser vision correction is to reduce your dependence on glasses or contacts – it does not always create perfect vision. Some patients still need occasional reading or driving glasses after the procedure. There are many benefits to laser vision correction, but there are also risks. This is why we use the most advanced technology available to minimize risk and maximize accuracy. After evaluating your eyes, the experts at Vance Thompson Vision can help you make an informed decision.