If I choose to have “Blended Vision” with CK, or monovision with INTACS or LASIK, does that mean Ill never need reading glasses?
Not necessarily. The effects of presbyopia continue to worsen as you get older, whether or not you have monovision. At some point in time, reading glasses or another vision correction procedure may become necessary. The benefit to having “Blended Vision” with CK, or monovision with INTACS or LASIK is that there won’t be complete dependence on glasses for close vision. Many who have monovision are able to see well enough both at distance and near to do most of their usual daily activities without corrective lenses. You still might occasionally need reading glasses for the most demanding near tasks such as threading a needle, reading a bible, reading un interrupted for many hours, etc.
- If I choose to have "Blended Vision" with CK, or monovision with INTACS or LASIK, does that mean Ill never need reading glasses?
- I have monovision contact lenses. Is monovision possible with LASIK, so that I can be free from reading glasses?
- If I choose to have monovision, does that mean I’ll never need reading glasses?