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Whether you literally cannot see without glasses or you're squinting a bit more to read the recipes in your cookbook, you don't need to live without strong vision.
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Open your eyes to healthier, clearer vision

Sight is one of the greatest privileges in life. As the millions of Americans who struggle with some type of vision impairment after the age of 40 will probably confirm, losing the ability to see turns basic, daily actions into challenges.

Whether you literally cannot see without glasses or you're squinting a bit more to read the recipes in your cookbook, you don't need to live without strong vision. You also don't need to limit yourself to the traditional methods of vision improvement, like glasses, contacts, or surgery. The future of eyesight is here and available to many candidates looking to see the light again.

"It is so fun to help people see better. People are coming to see us because they want to enhance the quality of their life," says Dr. Joseph King of King Lasik.

King works with Dr. Andrew Kopstein of K2 Vision to provide easy, seamless vision repair to people at all stages of life. Whether someone is experiencing nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, or even cataracts, King and Kopstein can use two types of treatment to correct a person's vision, without the need for glasses or contacts. The procedures are usually done within minutes, and patients often recover by the next day.

Lasik

Lasik is a great strategy for getting ahead of vision problems later in life and for correcting vision problems that have happened early in your life. Candidates for this treatment usually range from ages 18 to 49. It's a safe, cost-effective procedure that precisely changes the shape of the cornea with a laser. This changes how light is bent as it passes through the cornea at the front of the eye. Dr. King specializes in this procedure.

Refractive lens exchange

Over time, the lens of the eye loses its ability to focus. People generally develop dysfunctional lenses by the age of 50, so at that point, it's better to operate on the lens within the eye rather than on the cornea. Refractive lens exchange does exactly that by installing an intraocular lens in place of the dysfunctional lens to customize and sharpen a person's vision. It also corrects and prevents cataracts because the replacement lens is immune to the clouding effect that cataracts cause. Dr. Kopstein specializes in this procedure.

Committing to a lifetime of glasses and contacts can be expensive and exhausting. You have to remember to bring your glasses everywhere, wear them in all types of weather, replace them when they break, and update your prescription every time it changes. Avoid a tedious, expensive life of inconsistent vision by trusting the team at King Lasik and K2 Vision. Dr. King and Dr. Kopstein recognize that one type of treatment doesn't always work for everyone, so they cooperate to customize unique treatment plans for each patient.

"People come to see us because they want freedom from their glasses or contacts," King said. "They want to enjoy their activities, they want to see their loved ones, they want to be more active. This really has such a wonderful, positive impact on people's lifestyles and their enjoyment of life."

Get rid of glasses, contacts, and readers, and see like you were meant to see again! Call the dynamic duo at King Lasik and K2 Vision today!

Getting tested for Lasik or refractive lens exchange is easy! Try the free self-tests from King Lasik and K2 Vision online, or schedule your free virtual consultation with a doctor today. Dr. King and Dr. Kopstein have a combined 50 years of experience and more than 200,000 successful surgeries, and they are ready to help you regain your vision too!

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