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Can we really cure Presbyopia? That means not being chained to reading glasses? Read on to find out.

What is Presbyopia

Presbyopia is a natural age-related condition that affects a person’s ability to see objects up close. It occurs when the natural lens in the eye loses its flexibility, making it difficult to focus on nearby objects. Presbyopia is a common condition that typically begins to affect people in their early to mid-40s and progressively worsens until around age 65.

The symptoms of presbyopia can include difficulty reading small print, blurred vision at a normal reading distance, eye strain or headaches when doing close work, and the need to hold reading materials at arm’s length to see them clearly. Presbyopia is a normal part of aging,

Is There a Natural Cure to Fix Presbyopia?

there are some natural remedies and lifestyle changes that can help to alleviate the symptoms and improve your vision:

  1. Good Lighting: Proper lighting can help to reduce eye strain and make it easier to see close-up objects. Use brighter lighting when reading or doing close work, and avoid glare from windows or overhead lights.
  2. Eye Exercises: There are some exercises you can do to strengthen your eye muscles, which may help to improve your ability to focus on near objects. One example is focusing on a near object and then looking at a distant object, repeating this exercise several times a day.
  3. Healthy Diet: A diet rich in vitamins and minerals, particularly vitamin A, C, and E, and antioxidants can help to maintain good eye health. Eating a healthy diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables, nuts, and fatty fish can help to support good vision.
  4. Taking Breaks: Regularly taking breaks while reading or doing close work can help to reduce eye strain and prevent symptoms of presbyopia from getting worse. Look away from the screen or book and focus on something in the distance every 20 minutes or so.

While these natural remedies may help to alleviate some of the symptoms of presbyopia, they cannot cure the condition.

Are There Any Corneal Implants to Cure Presbyopia

Yes, there are corneal implants that can be used to correct presbyopia, although they are not technically a “cure” for the condition. The corneal implants, also known as inlays, are small devices that are implanted in the cornea of the eye to improve near vision. In USA they have been discontinued for their side effects.

There are a few different types of corneal inlays available, but most work by altering the way light enters the eye to improve near vision. Some inlays work by increasing the depth of focus of the eye, while others work by creating a small “pinhole” effect that reduces the amount of unfocused light that enters the eye.

Corneal inlays are typically used to treat presbyopia in people who are over 40 years old and have otherwise healthy eyes. They are usually implanted in only one eye, as this can help to improve near vision in that eye while maintaining good distance vision in the other eye.

While corneal inlays can be effective for improving near vision in people with presbyopia, they are not suitable for everyone. They require a minor surgical procedure to implant, and there is a small risk of complications such as infection, inflammation, or corneal thinning. It’s important to discuss the risks and benefits of corneal inlays with an eye doctor to determine if this treatment option is right for you.

Lasik for Reading

LASIK is a type of refractive surgery that uses a laser to reshape the cornea of the eye, improving vision by correcting refractive errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. While LASIK can improve distance vision, it is not generally considered a treatment for presbyopia, which affects the ability to focus on near objects.

However, there are some newer variations of LASIK that have been developed specifically to treat presbyopia, including monovision LASIK and blended vision LASIK. These techniques involve deliberately creating a different level of correction in each eye, with one eye corrected for distance vision and the other eye corrected for near vision. This can allow people to have better near vision without glasses or contacts, but it may also cause some loss of depth perception or visual clarity.

It is important to note that not everyone is a good candidate for LASIK, and the suitability of the procedure depends on several factors such as the age and health of the eye, the degree of refractive error, and the patient’s expectations and lifestyle.

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Lens Implants to Cure Presbyopia

Lens implants, also known as intraocular lenses (IOLs), can be an effective treatment for presbyopia. They are typically used in people who have cataracts, a condition in which the natural lens of the eye becomes cloudy and impairs vision. During cataract surgery, the natural lens is removed and replaced with an artificial lens implant, which can improve both distance and near vision.

There are also some lens implants that are specifically designed to correct presbyopia in people who do not have cataracts. These “presbyopia-correcting” IOLs work by using different zones or segments of the lens to focus light at different distances, similar to the way that bifocal or progressive lenses work in eyeglasses. Some examples of presbyopia-correcting IOLs include multifocal, accommodating, and extended depth of focus (EDOF) lenses.

While lens implants can be effective for correcting presbyopia, they are not suitable for everyone. The suitability of the different types of lens implants depends on several factors such as the age of the patient, the severity of presbyopia, the health of the eye, and the patient’s lifestyle and visual needs.

Cure Presbyopia With PIE or Presbyopic Implant in Eye

PIE or Presbyopic Implant in Eye is a term coined by Dr. Rajesh Khanna and describes a specific procedure. PIE implies that the person undergoing the procedure will not need any readers, cheaters, contacts nor progressives.

Andrea & Brian are a happy PIE couple with this to say.
“It’s been a fantastic, instant change in our vision ! Being
able to not wear glasses and see things more clearly near
and far has been a tremendous treat. It’s having a new
freedom to seeing!”

PIE procedure begins with understanding the needs of the patient. A thorough exam utilizing advanced gadgets is performed to see if the person qualifies for PIE and if so for which kind of implant.The surgical component of Presbyopic Implant in Eye is a short procedure lasting few minutes in skilled hands. This is a no needle, no injection, no patch no stitch no pain surgery. The natural dysfunctional lens is opened like a can and the degenerated contents are pulverized and aspirated out. In the natural cavity of the lens a synthetic biocompatible Presbyopic Implant is inserted. Most patients able to return to daily life in a matter of hours. The results are guaranteed to reach 20/20. Sometimes cool lasers are used to nudge the eye along to the goal.

This procedure has evolved from Cataract and Lasik Eye Surgery but is superior to both of them. PIE guarantees outcome unlike cataract surgery. The latter is like a quarterback throwing a ball and wherever it lands is acceptable. PIE is like a Superbowl MVP throwing touchdown every time. Lasik is most appropriate for people under forty years of age whereas PIE is for people above 45. Lasik gives static vision – Distance and the youth use their eye muscles to see middle and near. PIE is performed on people who have decreased power of internal eye muscle, therefore it is programmed for distance middle and near. If Lasik is perfored on people over 45 they most likely will need some sort of glasses. Sometime Lasik is set for middle or near vision in Blend or Monovision Lasik. This is not natural vision like the binocular vision in PIE.

Pauline – “I can see great – it’s wonderful to be able
to see 20/20 near, far and middle. It’s been a great
experience and I can’t thank Dr. Khanna enough.”

Points to remember about PIE or Presbyopic Implant in Eye at Khanna Vision

  1. Free consultation with Dr. Khanna to determine if you are a good candidate for PIE.
  2. Dr. Khanna is the leading expert on Presbyopic Implants. He coined the term PIE (Presbyopic Implant in Eye), for patients over 45 years old, allowing them to see at any distance without glasses.
  3. Dr. Khanna is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. Dr. Rajesh Khanna is an Internationally recognized top Lasik, PIE and Refractive vision care specialist.
  4. Dr. Khanna personally meets with every patient to customize your PIE treatment. Everyone’s eyes are different, including each eye of the same person. This allows superb outcomes where patients see better than ever before.
  5. PIE can be performed after a patient has already had Lasik.
  6. PIE is a specific procedure that requires training in both cataract surgery and lasik surgery.
  7. The procedure is quick and painless. Only 7 minutes per eye and patients are back to work and regular activities the next day. 
  8. All of our equipment, lasers and the implants are FDA approved.
  9. These implants allow the eye to see near, middle, and far for the rest of your life WITHOUT glasses ever again.
  10. All inclusive cost includes exam, procedure, 12 months of follow up visits, eye drops and a touch up warranty. 

Alfred – “Ever since I can remember I have been
wearing glasses. My vision kept getting worse and worse
and then I had to switch to bifocals. When I left after my
procedure my vision was clear and the next day my
vision was already 20/20. It was amazing, the world was
in 4k! I could not be happier.”

You can learn more about Presbyopic implants and how they will benefit your life like thousands of others like you. Yes you are unique and that’s is why we spend a lot of time listening to you but here at Khanna Vision we have changed lives of similar patients like you. This easy to read book is available at Amazon (click the book) or buy at our office.

To schedule a personalized consult to see how this cutting edge procedure will benefit you please contact us.