Presbyopia Correcting IOLs Overview
Presbyopia and IOLs
Presbyopia is the stiffening of the lens that occurs as we reach middle age, effecting the eye’s ability to focus on close objects. A new technique called Conductive Keratoplasty or “CK” treats this condition with radio frequency. This noninvasive procedure tightens collagen along the edges of the cornea to increase depth of focus — typically in just one eye. This painless, outpatient process takes just 3-5 minutes in the doctor’s office and results in the ability to read without glasses.