Arms aren’t long enough to read a menu?
You may be experiencing Presbyopia. This common vision change is a normal part of aging yet is a significant problem, especially for people who have excellent distance vision and now find themselves straining to see a computer screen and having to wear reading glasses.
Chu Vision Institute is participating in a clinical study to evaluate a new procedure that could improve your near and intermediate vision. You may be a candidate if:
- You have trouble reading a newspaper or magazine without glasses
- You have difficulty with your close or intermediate vision (computer, cell phone, menu)
- You have good distance vision but need reading glasses to see things up close
- You’ve never had eye surgery before
Qualifying candidates may be exempt from any charges. To find out more about this clinical study or to see if you are a candidate, at no charge, please call Chu Vision Institute.
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