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What are advanced lenses?

Advanced lenses represent the best implant technology in the world and have produced some of our happiest patients. If you have cataracts or are experiencing the onset of presbyopia, an advanced lens offers you a choice to experience your favorite lifestyle activities with less dependence on glasses or contact lenses.

What are the benefits of advanced lenses?

These multi-focal or accommodating IOLs, combined with treatment for astigmatism, will give you the best chance to reduce your dependence on eyeglasses. Imagine your life reading to your grandchildren, playing cards with your friends and enjoying all your favorite activities like golfing, swimming, sewing and tennis without the nuisance of glasses.

Does Center For Sight provide any Optical Discounts?

All LASIK patients are given a 25% discount on any prescription eyewear (such as monovision needing “driving glasses”) • All discontinued frames are discounted between 50% to 75% • Medicare reimbursement of $60 toward any new frame, $45 toward single vision lenses, $65 toward bifocal lenses and $85 toward trifocals or progressive lenses • Several…

Is it more expensive to purchase eyewear at Center For Sight?

If you purchase a frame/lens combination from another Center For Sight location and find the exact frame/lens combination from another local retailer (excluding internet purchases and contact lenses) at a lower price within 30 days of the original date of purchase, we will match the lower price and refund the difference.

What is Presbyopia?

It’s inevitable. It comes with blowing out candles on the birthday cake or, you know, the need for longer arms to read that newspaper article. This typically happens around the age of 40-45. We need glasses to read!!! Here’s why ... The eye's natural lens ages right along with us. Our lens accommodates (which means…

How well will I see after the LASIK procedure?

Some patients may experience small vision changes during the first several months, which is a normal occurrence as the cornea reaches its stable state. Based on recent studies, some patients who undergo all-laser LASIK using wavefront-guided technology will see better than they could in glasses or contact lenses.