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Can Lasik Surgery Correct Both Nearsightedness and Farsightedness at the Same Time ?

I just want to know more about lasik surgery. I heard that it can cure many vision problems. So can you tell me whether lasik surgery can correct nearsightedness and farsightedness at the same time?
09/15/2013
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  • Kelly Dalton

    Dear friend, lasik surgery can correct both nearsightedness and farsightedness. If you have nearsightedness in your left eye and farsightedness in your right eye, you can cure these problems by applying lasik surgery. Usually there are some suggestions and limitations your doctor will tell you before you apply for lasik surgery for they want to check that whether you are a good candidate for lasik surgery or not.
    09/15/2013
  • b3autifulxlies

    If you mean one will have nearsightedness and farsightedness in one eye, I would like to tell you that this will not happen. But if you are more than 40 years old and you have myopia at the same time, you may develop the presbyopia. However, presbyopia is not farsightedness. I heard that a technique called monovision lasik can be used to solve both of these vision problems, so you'd better consult your eye doctor for more details about this surgery.
    09/15/2013
  • Rebecca

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    Lasik can correct both nearsightedness and farsightedness in the same time. However,However, there must be some confusion or misunderstanding about the refractive condition of your eyes. Technically you cannot be both nearsighted and farsighted in the same eye. For this reason Your need to find a top LASIK Surgeon in your area and schedule a consultation. Once they have taken all of the necessary measurements and provided a thorough examination and consultation they will be able to tell you whether you are a good LASIK candidate.
    01/12/2015
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