Age-Related Vision Loss Treatment in Dakota Dunes
As we age, the gradual loss of near vision, known as presbyopia, becomes a common concern. NuView Presbyopia Specialty Clinic offers advanced solutions to address this condition, providing effective treatment options beyond traditional reading glasses or bifocals. Book an appointment at Dunes Eye Consultants and experience freedom from presbyopia!
Dunes Eye Consultants’ NuView Presbyopia Specialty Clinic
NuView Presbyopia Specialty Clinic helps patients restore near vision that nearly every individual experiences as they get older.
Age-related vision loss, or presbyopia, is a condition that usually affects patients in their mid to late thirties. The condition gradually affects the ability to see things close up without the aid of a treatment device like bifocals or reading glasses.
Presbyopia is an age-related vision condition that reduces the ability of your eyes to focus on near objects. The lenses in your eyes lose flexibility, making it difficult to read small print or focus on close-up tasks.
VuityTM is an FDA-approved once-daily prescription drop that treats presbyopia in adults. It works by adjusting the pupil size to help patients see up close. The drops are safe for contact wearers and patients currently using other prescription drops.
- Holding items farther away to read
- Blurry or inconsistent vision at a normal reading distance
- Difficulty reading in dim or low light
- Headaches or eye strain when reading or doing close-up work
Patients often rely on bifocals or reading glasses as a common solution, but many find them heavy or challenging to adjust to.
- Vuity™ prescription eye drops: An FDA-approved once-daily prescription eye drop that effectively treats presbyopia in adults by adjusting the pupil size for improved near vision.
- Multifocal contact lenses: Contacts that provide clear vision at all distances without losing depth perception.
- Bifocals and trifocals: Specialized lenses provide two or three correction powers for far viewing, computer, and reading.
- Progressive lenses: Lenses with all powers of correction without lines, easing the transition from far to near.
- Blended vision - Contacts/ Refractory surgery (LASIK): The need for glasses and other treatment aids is reduced by correcting for distance vision in one eye and near vision in the other. This is accomplished with either contacts or LASIK surgery.
- Implant Surgery (Light-adjustable and blended vision/ multifocal or extended depth of focus lens implants): A lens is implanted into the eye, replacing the natural lens to correct vision at all distances.