in Stockton, CA
During childhood, people with normal vision have the ability to focus on objects as close as their nose and also on objects very far away. They can rapidly, without conscious thought, switch focus from near to far vision. This is called accommodation. As each year passes, that ability to focus and to switch focus decreases. By the time most people reach their forties, they need aid, such as reading glasses or bifocals, to focus on objects close up. This condition is called presbyopia.
What is Monovision?
Monovision Correction at Central Valley Eye
How Long Does it Take to See Results?
“The real deal, fast, did a wonderful procedure on me. Eyes look great, vision is vastly improved. I really enjoyed the whole experience.” – Hank Dasse