What Treatment Is there for Farsightedness?

If you struggle with Farsightedness, otherwise known as Hyperopia, for many years, CK maybe the right treatment for you to help you improve your reading vision.

CK (Conductive Keratoplasty) uses radio waves to shape the cornea. This treatment allows you to avoid invasive procedures to fix your farsightedness. It doesn’t require any tissue to be removed during the procedure and can reduce your nervousness by not having to go under a laser surgery or have a doctor use a scalpel on your eyes.

The procedure is so simple there are no overnight stays, and based on your ability you may be able to return to work the following day. It allows your eyes to heal quicker than other procedures and you can have a full recovery within 1 week.

Really the only concern is that you avoid rubbing your eyes for the first 1-2 weeks.

For those who have experienced farsightedness, and had difficulty doing things like reading a simple newspaper or even beginning to struggle with the computer screen, this could be a great procedure. This procedure can be done in the office, and allows you to go home right away.

Dr. Brian can help with determining if CK is right for your vision. Consult with Dr. Brian today.

Below are several signs of Farsightedness:

  • Blurred reading vision
  • Blurred computer distance vision
  • Aching eyes/Eyestrain after reading
  • Headaches after reading

Don’t strain any longer, there may be help out there. Your eye health should be one of the most important things in your overall healthcare. Asking questions, and finding out what options there are can help you improve your overall vision health.
Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler, MD is a renowned eye surgeon specializing in eye care treatments, and other procedures.

For more information on CK visit www.BoxerWachler.com

Watch Beverly discuss how the very next day she could read after having CK:

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