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What is NearVision(SM) CK(R)?

NearVision CK (Conductive Keratoplasty(R)) can change how the eye focuses light by reshaping the cornea to improve near vision. It uses a controlled release of radiofrequency (RF) energy to shrink corneal tissue, which steepens the cornea. This steepening creates a safe and predictable modification to the topographical (surface) curvature of the cornea for the temporary reduction of presbyopic and hyperopic symptoms.

Candidates for NearVision CK

NearVision CK (Conductive Keratoplasty(R)) is intended for people over the age of 40 who need reading glasses (clinically termed " presbyopia ") and people with farsightedness (clinically termed " hyperopia "). CK is not intended for people with nearsightedness (clinically termed " myopia "). All patients considering vision improvement should undergo a complete examination by a doctor prior to the procedure.

You're likely a good candidate for NearVision CK if you:
  • Are over age 40
  • Had great vision your whole life
  • Require reading glasses to compensate for fading near vision