Monovision is a type of eye correction that involves treating your dominant eye for distance and your non-dominant eye for close-up vision. This technique is often used with contact lenses or refractive surgery, such as LASIK, to address presbyopia (an age-related condition that makes it difficult to focus on close objects).


In monovision, one eye is deliberately corrected for distance vision (typically the dominant eye), while the other eye is corrected for near vision. This approach allows for clear vision at both near and far distances, without relying on reading glasses. 

While monovision is very effective for some people, it may not be the best option for everyone. It’s essential to discuss the pros and cons of monovision with the experienced team at The Eye Center to determine if it’s the right choice for your specific needs and lifestyle.

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