William S Goldstein, MD Blog

Presbyopia Reading Glasses Surgery

February 20, 2018 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Presbyopia Relex Crystalens Reading Glasses Symfony

Surgery to get rid of readers is possible, with the proper lens implant, patients can expect 90-100% independence from glasses

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Treatment Options for Reading Glasses and Monovision

December 18, 2017 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Presbyopia Monovision Ilasik Reading Glasses

There are several ways to deal with the issue of 'aging eyes', when reading vision is affected. Reading glasses are needed as this 'presbyopia' gets worse.

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Get Rid of Your Reading Glasses

October 3, 2017 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Ilasik Relex Presbyopia Readers Reading Glasses

Many surgeries are available to help patients get rid of their reading glasses. Detroit patients can see Dr. William Goldstein to find out which approach is best for them.

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Tecnis Lens Implant Surgery Gets Rid of Reading Glasses?

January 10, 2014 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Tecnis Lens Implant Lens Implant Cataract Surgery Lens Implant Surgery Reading Glasses

The treatment for cataract involves the removal of the natural crystalline lens which is clouded to supplant it with the intraocular lens (IOL) or clear artificial lens. It is now a faster, safer and a more comfortable procedure than it was in the past.

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No Reading Glasses after Cataract Surgery with ReStor Lens in Detroit

November 8, 2012 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Restor Lens In Detroit Cataract Surgery Reading Glasses Cataract Surgery In Detroit Cataract

ReStor lens is a unique lens that is used during cataract surgery. Cataract surgery usually necessitates aids for vision like glasses or contact lenses. This is because the artificial lens implanted during cataract surgery in Detroit only restores near or distance vision.

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Reading vision Detroit, Bionic eyes in the works

January 13, 2012 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Reading Vision Detroit Presbyopia Detroit Reading Glasses

Reading vision in Detroit may someday be possible without glasses. Bionic contact lenses are in research right now!

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Reading glasses-why do we need them?

June 9, 2011 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Relex Surgery Reading Glasses Monovision Lasik Presbyopia Monovision

Reading glasses are one of the most frustrating additions to our wardrobe that you can think of! They are one of the solutions to the only disease that affects 100% of the human population, "presbyopia". And to add insult to injury, that word means "aging vision"! Everyone eventually realizes that they cannot see well when they bring things close to their eyes, and begin to hold objects and reading material further away to see them clearly. The only problem is that, eventually, our arms are not long enough and the print on the page is too small if we hold things too far away.

Most people have heard of over-the-counter readers, or drug store readers. These actually work very well for most people to bring things back into focus. If a person is already wearing glasses, bifocals can be made with the reading portion in the bottom part of the lenses. Contact lens wearers may choose monovision contacts, where one eye is corrected for near and one for distance, or multifocal lenses,

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Crystalens Cataract Surgery in Detroit

April 22, 2011 — by William Goldstein
Tags: Reading Glasses Detroit Cataract Surgery Crystalens Crystalens Cataract Surgery

For crystalens cataract surgery in Detroit, Dr. William Goldstein uses all of the best technology available. That is why his office has been designated a "Crystalens Center of Excellence". Bausch and Lomb only gives this designation to the most experienced Crystalens surgeons!If you need crystalens cataract surgery in Detroit, you need to see Dr. Goldstein. His surgery center is in Troy. He will take care of you every step of the way to make your experience pleasant, and easy.The crystalens implant for cataract surgery can help you to reduce or eliminate your dependence on reading glasses once and for all.Call Dr. Goldstein's office at 586-323-2020 for more information.

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