Presbyopia is a common vision disorder linked to the ageing process of the eye and more particularly the lens. The latter makes it possible to focus an image according to its distance but over time, it loses its flexibility. The eye then loses its accommodative ability. Near vision therefore becomes progressively blurred and you tend to become aware of this when you have to stretch out your arms to read.
This natural vision disorder appears around 40 years old and does not stop evolving until the age of 60. This therefore implies a fairly frequent change of optical equipment for people suffering from presbyopia. Presbyopia is expressed in dioptres. This progresses with age and varies from +0.5 to +3 dioptres between 40 and 60 years old. Beyond the age of 65, the impairment stabilises and hardly progresses any more.
For your comfort, our ophthalmologist surgeons carry out laser surgery on presbyopia with the most suitable technique: Supracor.
Laser correction of presbyopia involves modifying the shape of the cornea to make it multifocal and create accommodation. Thus, the image of an object is formed on the retina, making for clear vision.
Vision Future and Bausch & Lomb (leader in the field of ophthalmic lasers) jointly developed a revolutionary technique to treat presbyopia. This technological and scientific partnership gave birth to Supracor. This process makes it possible to treat almost all presbyopia, whether or not associated with another vision disorder (myopia, hypermetropia, astigmatism). Supracor is painless and fast, and you can resume your activity the next day.
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