Monovision for Early Presbyopes

By editor
July 27, 2009

Some contact lens wearers who are early presbyopes (age 40+) are often well-served with monovision as an alternative to being fitted with bifocal contacts. With monovision, you wear a contact lens on one eye to correct your distance vision and a contact lens on your other eye to correct your near vision. The lens for distance vision is usually worn on your dominant eye. The induced imbalance between the eyes is most times minimal and, after a small adjustment period, often well tolerated. When distance or near vision is unacceptable, bifocal options need to be explored. For further information or to book a contact lens appointment with one of our doctors please call any of our three Rochester, NY Cornerstone Eye Associates locations in Gates (585-328-0153), Brighton (585-244-2200) or Irondequoit (585-266-7880).

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Brighton Office
160 Sawgrass Dr., Suite 220
Rochester, NY 14620
585.244.2200
 
Gates Office
2300 Buffalo Rd., Bldg. 700
Rochester, NY 14624
585.328.0153
 
Irondequoit Office
485 Titus Ave.,
Rochester, NY 14617
585.266.7880