I am interested in attending your upcoming informational seminars however, can I assume from reading the above information that an individual that is farsighted and has the beginnings of presbyopia is not going to be a candidate for this type of visual correction.
Thanks and I await your response. – Steve.
Steve, thanks for writing. That is a very, very good question. You are right that we primarily promote PCR for myopia because that is the most straightforward condition to treat with PCR. However, for the right patient, it may be possible to treat either farsightedness or presbyopia with PCR. But that patient would have to understand that the process is more complex, it may take longer, and the results are less likely to be consistent.
However, I would still encourage you to come to one of the seminars or schedule a free PCR screening and we can talk about your specific case in more detail.
Nathan Bonilla-Warford, OD
Bright Eyes Family Vision Care
Located in the Westchase area of Tampa.
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