Just behind the pupil of your eye is the lens which focuses the light entering the pupil. This produces a clear image in the retina.
Usually, this lens is crystal clear so that the light can pass through easily. If any cloudiness develops in the lens, it starts to block the light passing through, leading to blurred vision.
The main reason why this occurs is due to the forming of cataracts. Although there are different forms of cataract, the most common type is Nuclear Sclerotic Cataract which is age-related.
As the cataract progresses, it changes the eye’s ability to focus and can lead to vision impairment if not operated on immediately.
To restore the vision, the cloudy lens is removed and replaced by a clear, man-made lens also referred to as an implant.
Since the implant is fixed-focus, it does not include auto-focus. This means that you will need reading glasses when doing close work after your operation. However, monovision can be done at the time of your operation. Monovision is when you have one eye focused on near and the other for distance.
Some people find this vision very useful while others have difficulty getting their eyes to adjust to working together without glasses. Eventually, the brain adjusts to the new vision in almost all cases and you can experience a preview using disposable contact lenses.
If you want to be completely free of glasses after the operation, you can have Presbyond.
This surgery blends the vision from near to far and can be undertaken about 3 to 6 months after your surgery. If you have cataracts, it is important to have these removed first. Afterwards, you will get by with conventional spectacles for reading so that once your eyes have settled; it is possible to have the pre-operative assessment for Presbyond.
You will have a mono-focal implant inserted at the time of your surgery.
Presbyond works by extending the range of focus of the two eyes optically. With this technique, the eyes are focused into a range where the software in the brain can make out all the details adequately.
It is usual to have both eyes operated on the same day. The laser re-profiles the cornea to bring both eyes into the optical state that gives the best-blended vision.
After the surgery, there is a period where the brain learns to use the new vision. This can take up to a few months but, for most people, it is much less than that.
Presbyond is a type of refractive surgery designed to correct presbyopia, a common age-related vision condition. Presbyond combines LASIK (Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis) with an additional step to address presbyopia.
Presbyond is a specific type of refractive surgery designed to address presbyopia, an age-related vision condition. Presbyopia typically affects individuals over the age of 40 and results in difficulty focusing on close-up objects.
While combining elements of LASIK with specialised techniques to correct both distance vision and near vision in individuals with presbyopia. It aims to reduce or eliminate the need for reading glasses or bifocals.
This procedure involves reshaping the cornea, the clear front part of the eye, to improve its ability to focus on both near and distant objects. By doing so, Presbyond aims to provide a more comprehensive vision correction solution for individuals experiencing presbyopia.
However, the availability, techniques, and outcomes of specific vision correction procedures, including Presbyond, may evolve over time. For the most up-to-date information on Presbyond or any related procedures, consulting a specialised eye care provider or trusted medical sources would be advisable.
Presbyond frees you from reading and distance glasses which gets rid of all long-term costs and inconveniences.
Freedom! After the surgery, you’ll find that you will be able to do more things without being restricted. For example, swimming, outdoor sports/activities, and even things such as spending time with your children/grandchildren
Presbyond lets you drive halo-free at night
And most importantly,
Presbyond is safe and easy and there is 24/7 support available for you, from us.